Physics 1 Problem Solutions 287

Physics 1 Problem Solutions 287 - Chapt. 38 Special...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapt. 38 Special Relativity 283 a) Einsteins vacuum speed of light postulate b) postulate of the invariance of coincidence c) vector F net = mvectora d) horse sense e) Einsteins relativity postulate in special relativity 038 qmult 00330 1 1 4 easy memory: light speed postulate Extra keywords: physci KB-94-19 7. The vacuum speed of light has the same value, labeled by c , in all directions in: a) some inertial frames. b) frames moving with the Earth only. c) no frames. d) all inertial frames. e) no inertial frames. 038 qmult 00400 1 4 2 easy deducto-memory: revising Newtonian mechanics Extra keywords: physci 8. Einsteins two special relativity postulates implied that classical Newtonian physics: a) needed no revision. b) needed revision. c) was wildly wrong in all cases of interest. d) was not correct now, but would be in the future. e) was completely useless. 038 qmult 00500 1 1 5 easy memory: Lorentz transformations 9. In special relativity, the spacetime coordinates in different inertial frames are related by the9....
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