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Can anyone help me with this problem:

Which is the (indefinite) integral with respect to time of the momentum of a particle of rest mass ##m_0##?

##\int \dfrac{m_0\;\mathbf{v}}{{\sqrt{1-\dfrac{\mathbf{v}\cdot\mathbf{v}}{c^2}}}}\;dt##

where ##m_0## is invariant with respect to time.

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