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Does anyone know a way to derive relativistic momentum without falling back on the concept of relativistic mass?

Also, if it is not already part of the derivation given, does anyone know how to show that relativistic momentum is conserved in elastic collisions?

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# Derivation of Relativistic Momentum WITHOUT using Relativistic Mass?

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