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Unformatted text preview: c 4 + ( p e ) 2 c 2 . (4) See if you can massage your energy equation to get Eq. (2.19) in the text. (Note that the text is a little sloppy about using the symbol p for several dierent things. In Eq. (2.19), p is the electron momentum after the collision, the same quantity denoted by p e here.) (c) (Optional) Solve Eqs. (1)(3) to verify the result presented in class, 1 E 1 E 4 1 cos Mv 2 . (5) You should nd the solution to an exact quadratic equation for v , and then look for simplications using results valid for m/M 1. Do the following problems in Beiser: Chapter 3: 2, 3, 8, 16, 37 [For problem 3, you must use the relativistic momentum, Eq. (3.2)]...
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 Spring '07
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 Energy, Momentum, Work

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