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Could someone solve for s/p (or p/s) in terms of v?

  1. Nov 28, 2003 #1
    To-(To(s/p))=To/[tex]sqrt{1 - v^2 / 299792458^2}

    If my symbols stuff isn't right:
    To-(To(s/p))=To/[1 - v^2 / 299792458^2]^0.5

    Can anyone solve for s/p or p/s in terms of v?
     
  2. jcsd
  3. Nov 29, 2003 #2
    Not that anyone helped me.... But I did it and found my original equation is wrong... So I'll redo it and then bother you guys some more :)
     
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