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I was trying to understand the topic of time dilation in a gravitational field, and I found these two formulas:
http://it.tinypic.com/r/1124ha0/9
http://it.tinypic.com/r/1z22l53/9
G = constant grav.
m = mass of the planet or star under consideration
g = 9.81m / s ^ 2
H = height at which the second clock is located with respect to the first which is on the ground.
My question is :
are these two formulas equivalent?
I was trying to understand the topic of time dilation in a gravitational field, and I found these two formulas:
G = constant grav.
m = mass of the planet or star under consideration
g = 9.81m / s ^ 2
H = height at which the second clock is located with respect to the first which is on the ground.
My question is :
are these two formulas equivalent?
G = constant grav.
m = mass of the planet or star under consideration
g = 9.81m / s ^ 2
H = height at which the second clock is located with respect to the first which is on the ground.
My question is :
are these two formulas equivalent?