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Force1

## Main Question or Discussion Point

[tex]\frac{1/sqrt 1-{v/c}^2}[/tex]

(1/(sqrt 1-(v/c)^2))

Obviously I don't use tex enough to know how to write a simple relationship. I'm trying to get the tex for an inverse relationship for the time dilation factor to apply to the time calculated in the rest frame d/c, i.e. t=distance light travels divided by the speed of light.

I would describe it as 1 in the numerator, and in the denominator, the sqrt of (1 minus (v/c)^2).

(1/(sqrt 1-(v/c)^2))

Obviously I don't use tex enough to know how to write a simple relationship. I'm trying to get the tex for an inverse relationship for the time dilation factor to apply to the time calculated in the rest frame d/c, i.e. t=distance light travels divided by the speed of light.

I would describe it as 1 in the numerator, and in the denominator, the sqrt of (1 minus (v/c)^2).

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