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In a solution to a problem we were given, it is written that a positron momentum with energy of 2mc

(where γ=2) is √(γ

How did they get that P=√(γ

^{2}(where γ=2) is √(γ

^{2}-1)*mc = √(4-1)*mc = √3*mcHow did they get that P=√(γ

^{2}-1)*mc?
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