Consider the following transformation equations for the momentum and mass of a tardyon(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

p=gp'(1+V/u')

m=gm'(1+Vu'/cc)

Question: What happens if we take in both sides the limit for u' going to c.

Has that some physical meaning? Thanks for the answer.

soft words and hard arguments

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# Relativistic limit?

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