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ISBN: 9781938168000
Textbook Problem

Is it possible for an external force to be acting on a system and relativistic momentum to be conserved? Explain.

To determine

Whether it is possible for an external force to be acting on a system and relativistic momentum to be conserved or not.

Explanation

Introduction:

Relativistic momentum is the product of classic momentum with some constant factor and the factor of constant depends upon the velocity of the source and observer.

  p=γmuγ= 11 u 2 c 2

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