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v= D/t = DA (R)/tA(R) = c(k*k-1)/k*k+1)

Which gives the relativistic doppler shift formula

k = sqrt((1+v/c)/(1-v/c))

So from this we should be able to find the time dilation with

(1+k*k)/(2*k) = 1/sqrt(1-v/c)

BUT IT JUST ISNT WORKING!

Anyone have any ideas why?

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# Why isnt it working? Time Dilation

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