Hey I have done a few google searches, and I do not have a relativity book to let me know what the equation for time dilation is. So I tried to figure it out on my own and come up with this for instantanious time dilation...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Td = cos[tex]^{-1}[/tex]([tex]\frac{Ag' + Am'}{1-Ag'*Am'/c^2)}[/tex]

Where Ag' is the first dirivitive of the acceleration of gravity and Am' is the instionious velocity of the object.

If this is wrong can anyone help me find the actual equation for time dilation?

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# Equation for time dilation.

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