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I've looked through a couple threads and it seems the consensus of the threads I've seen on the topic say that total time dilation is the product of time dilation due to velocity and gravity. But I'm not clear on it and would like to be sure.

Here are a few example situations that I'd like to know how the total time dilation worked:

1. Your traveling straight with a very high velocity and you pass a massive object with close proximity.

2. You orbit a massive object with high velocity.

3. you travel at high velocity with no gravity effecting you.

4. you maintain 0 velocity in a strong gravitational field.

are there any equations(or derived equations) that will describe the total time dilation for all these situations?