For a particle moving in the xy plane of S, show that the y' component of the acceleration is given by ay'=ay/?^2(1-uxv/c^2)+axuxv/c^2/?^2(1-uxv/c^2)^3(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I don't know if this means that ths S and S' xy plane aren't parrellel? If so, how do you get the angle, if not how come there are two terms?

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# Homework Help: Help on relativity

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