# Some random equations

1. Aug 15, 2004

### IooqXpooI

A random equation...

$$a=\frac{dt_{o}}{t^3\sqrt{1 - v^2/c^2}}$$

Where:
$$a$$ is acceleration,
$$d$$ is distance traveled,
$$t$$ is the time of the observer(stationary),
$$t_o$$ is the time of the moving observer,
and
$$c$$ is the constant of light(the speed of light).

Just to see how this fares with you guys.

Last edited: Aug 16, 2004
2. Aug 15, 2004

### ArmoSkater87

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3. Aug 15, 2004

### mathman

When you post a bunch of equations, it would be much clearer to your readers if you would define your symbols. Otherwise, the equations are fairly meaningless.

4. Aug 16, 2004

### IooqXpooI

Sorry about that...You were correct. I edited them in. Thanks!

5. Aug 16, 2004

### IooqXpooI

Ok, after trying to prove them, I have found that all but one are wrong...:(

It seems that I accidentally concluded that $\frac{1}{2} mv^2=E$...