1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A muon is traveling with a speed of v = 2.995x10^8 m/s. Calculate the value of the dilated lifetime for this muon. Assume that the speed of light is c = 3.000 x 108 m/s and that the proper lifetime of the muon is 1.500 x 10-6 s. Note: Do your calculations to 4 significant figures. Then round off to give an answer good to 3 significant figures. Be sure to include the correct abbreviation for the SI unit. 2. Relevant equations Dilated lifetime delta t = delta t0 / [sqrt 1 - (v2/c2)] 3. The attempt at a solution How do I incorparoate the proper lifetime of the muon (1.500x10-6sec)?