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- ## T_B = {T_A} {gamma} ##

In this picture it shows a light clock. Let's use the moving light clock example.

Am I essentially calculating the b component of moving clock.

Assume the moving frame is the B frame.

Assume the stationary frame is the A frame

https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light_clock

Or essentially the b component of the picture below. Am I essentially calculating Light time for the vertical component?

Does this have any more profound implications?

Did I make any mistakes in my thinking ?

triangle image

In post #15 I asked the question but someone recommended I start a new post and link the the original thread. Here it is https://www.physicsforums.com/threa...ing-by-t_stationary-for-light-clocks.1015831/ .

Am I essentially calculating the b component of moving clock.

Assume the moving frame is the B frame.

Assume the stationary frame is the A frame

https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light_clock

Or essentially the b component of the picture below. Am I essentially calculating Light time for the vertical component?

Does this have any more profound implications?

Did I make any mistakes in my thinking ?

triangle image

In post #15 I asked the question but someone recommended I start a new post and link the the original thread. Here it is https://www.physicsforums.com/threa...ing-by-t_stationary-for-light-clocks.1015831/ .