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[Note from mentor: this was originally posted in a non-homework forum, so it lacks the homework template.]

The formula for speed for special relativity is

V = (u-v) / (1-u*v) / (c^2)

Here the book http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~djmorin/Relativity Chap 1.pdf

pg 40

B)

I need to figure out the speed of D?

I don't even know how to do this in Galilean physics if D is not given.

The only thing I know about relative velocity is from this video.

Could someone start off explaining the problem in Galilean physics?

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**Summary::**Special relativity problems. More details belowThe formula for speed for special relativity is

V = (u-v) / (1-u*v) / (c^2)

Here the book http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~djmorin/Relativity Chap 1.pdf

pg 40

B)

I need to figure out the speed of D?

I don't even know how to do this in Galilean physics if D is not given.

The only thing I know about relative velocity is from this video.

Could someone start off explaining the problem in Galilean physics?

page 41

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