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So How Can We Calculate The Mass Of The BH?

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Posted by Lukas on January 25, 2005 14:00:31 UTC

So how can we calculate the mass of the BH?
M=V*D=0*Infinity = 0(?)
It is known that BH has a fixed mass.
Maybe this formula does not apply in this case ?
Probably i misunderstand something.

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