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I know the equation for the Lorentz factor is γ = 1/sq(1-(v^2/c^2)) I just don't know how to get the velocity out of it.

I'm a bit of a math and physics noob so that might bit a slight problem aswell! :P Any help is appreciated!

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I know the equation for the Lorentz factor is γ = 1/sq(1-(v^2/c^2)) I just don't know how to get the velocity out of it.

I'm a bit of a math and physics noob so that might bit a slight problem aswell! :P Any help is appreciated!

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I know the equation for the Lorentz factor is γ = 1/sq(1-(v^2/c^2)) I just don't know how to get the velocity out of it.

I'm a bit of a math and physics noob so that might bit a slight problem aswell! :P Any help is appreciated!

Thank you.

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