1st page of Chapter 7, p.276, very last line, p=p'. I get that in Newtonian mechanics, the forces, times and masses are the same in two different inertial reference frames, but shouldn't the momenta measured be different?
From the snapshot above it appears that 3rd edition has significant changes that probably will make it an arduous task to use 2nd edition errata. For what it is worth, it also appears to me that equation (7.2) and its accompanying text, as show in the snapshot above, is new in 3rd edition. The Galilean transformation in equation (7.1) in 3rd edition is equation (7.8) in 2nd edition and it here derived as the "small velocity limit" of the Lorentz transformation.
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