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http://www.geocities.com/physics_world/mass_paper.pdf

It states that the 3 force can be written as....

F = M1 x A1 + M2 x A2

Where 1 is the longitudinal component of acceleration and 2 is the transverse component of acceleration.

It appears that if there is no transverse acceleration then the 3 force resolves to a form of Newtons equation.

If I wanted to determine the gravitational effect from a distant mass which had no transverse acceleration or velocity but very large longitudinal acceleration or velocities....

Can I use Newtons gravitational equation, substitute relativistic mass and get a correct calculated force.

F = G x ( Mass of observer ) x (Relativistic mass of distant object)

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( Distance as measured by the observer)^2

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# I am attempting a condition where Newton and Einstein agree

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