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The time dilation effect is sometimes expressed as "moving

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Problem 6Q

The time dilation effect is sometimes expressed as "moving clocks run slowly." Actually, this effect has nothing to do with motion affecting the functioning of clocks. What then does it deal with?

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The time dilation effect is sometimes referenced as moving clocks run slowly.

Let us suppose that an event takes place in a spaceship. The person on the spaceship flashes a light and measures the time...

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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
ISBN: 9780130606204

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