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A spacecraft zooms past the Earth with a constant velocity. An observer on the Earth measures that an undamaged clock on the spacecraft is ticking at onethird the rate of an identical clock on the Earth. What does an observer on the spacecraft measure about the Earth-based clocks ticking rate? (a) It runs more than three times faster than his own clock. (b) It runs three times faster than his own. (c) It runs at the same rate as his own. (d) It runs at one-third the rate of his own. (e) It runs at less than one-third the rate of his own

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10. Spaceship A, traveling past us at 0.7c, sends a message capsule to spaceship B, which is in front of A and is traveling in the same direction as A at 0.8c relative to us. The capsule travels at 0.95c relative to us. A clock that measures the proper time between the sending and receiving of the capsule travels: A. in the same direction as the spaceships at 0.7c relative to us B. in the opposite direction from the spaceships at 0.7c relative to us C. in the same direction as the spaceships at 0.8c relative to us D. in the same direction as the spaceships at 0.95c relative to us E. in the opposite direction from the spaceships at 0.95c relative to us ans: D 11. Two events occur on the x axis separated in time by ∆t and in space by ∆x.

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Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics
Edition: 9
Author: Raymond A. Serway John W. Jewett
ISBN: 9781133954057

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