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Velocities Addition.

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Posted by Alexander on February 6, 2001 18:57:55 UTC

Velocities addition. Two objects moving along the same dimension and having velocities V1 and V2 relative to some observer, have velocity relative to each other V=(V1+V2)/(1+V1V2/c^2) where c is the speed of light. So if you plug V1=V2=c, you still get V=(c+c/(1+1)=c

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