I am doing the integral DK = ∫pdv = mv/(√1-v(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{2}/c^{2})dv , in the same way as they do the ∫Fds = ∫mvdv if you separate the integrals. Where is my mistake and istead of (γ-1)mc^{2}I get -mc^{2}/γ . I know that I am mistaken, I did see some equations but I don't get the 'theoretical' part.

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# Relativistic kinetic energy

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