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- Homework Statement:
- How do I move v to one side of the equation from gamma?

- Relevant Equations:
- gamma = \frac 1 {\sqrt {1 - \frac {v^2} {c^2}}}

Take the equation for gamma. I know how to get from step 1 to gamma. How would I do that if I have not have seen the instructions? There are many ways to factor step 1 without getting the same values of

## gamma = \frac 1 {\sqrt {1 - \frac {v^2} {c^2}}} ##

step 1 =

Speaking of factoring and gamma How do I move v to one side of the equation from gamma?

## gamma = \frac 1 {\sqrt {1 - \frac {v^2} {c^2}}} ##

step 1 =

Speaking of factoring and gamma How do I move v to one side of the equation from gamma?