I was looking at the relativistic energy of an electron and noticed that the formula for kinetic energy is:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

K.E. = mc^2 -m0c^2

How is this related to the kinetic energy for low speed particles?

Does anyone have a link to the proof?

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# Difference between relatavistic kinetic energy and normal kinetic energy

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