The relativistic mass equation shows the relationship between relativistic mass and speed. Basically showing that the closer u get to light speed the less relativistic mass you have, but ur rest mass will be the same.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I was asked by my friend what the inverse of that formula means.

Thus I took the original equation and came up with the inverse: m = sqrt(c^2-(m0c^2/v)^2)

I also looked at the graph of the original and the inverse would just be a reflection about y=x.

I still can't interpret it. Any hints/ help?

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# Inverse Funcation of Relativistic mass

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