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(E-E')/E E' = (1/mc^2)(1-cos@).

Can someone tell me how you could find E'/E at the min of 180 degrees. I've tried using the conjugate, and other methods, but I cant get E'/E out of it. I must be doing something wrong. Thanks.

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# Homework Help: How you could find E'/E at the min of 180 degrees

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