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11 March, 22:58

A clock moves past you at a speed of 0.9 c. How much time passes for you for each second that elapses on the moving clock?

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  1. 12 March, 00:21
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    Time dilation formula is

    T = T₀ / √ 1-v²/c²

    T₀ is time elapsed in moving reference, T time elapsed in stationary reference.

    Here T₀ = 1 second

    T = 1/√ 1-0.9² = 1/.4358 = 2.3 second

    So 2.3 second will pass for each second on moving reference.
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