(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We say that the uniformly accelerated motion x=gtt/2 is not a relativistic motion because after a sufficiently long time of motion v=gt can exceed c. we say that x=cc/g(coshgt'/c-1) is a relativistic motion because the velocity of the motion it describes never becomes c. Do you know other such "relativistic motions?"

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# Relativistic and not relativistic motions

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