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In the Home Frame, two events are observed to occur with a spatial separation of 12ns and a time coordination separation of 24ns.

A)An inertial clock travels between these events in such a manner as to be present at both events. What timer interval does this clock read between the events?

B)what is the speed of this clock, as measured in the Home Frame

2. Relevant equations

ΔS^2 = Δt^2 -Δd^2

3. The attempt at a solution

A) It sounds like the clock is a space-time clock so i assume i am solving for ΔS

ΔS = square root of (24^2 - 12^2) = 20.78 ns

B) For B I did speed = distance/time so i did 12ns/20.78ns to get .58 which means its speed is .58C. Multiply this by 3x10^8 m/s and i get 1.74 m/s

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# Homework Help: Speed of Clock

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