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13.1 Implications for Mass
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Kawaljeet KAUR
Sir, about speed limit as c, it's because we have (v/c)^2 in that factor, so mass have to be infinite at c ,but sir what if we have something else as v' in place of c, then will speed limit be change? Are there any reasons why won't we take anything else than c in that factor?
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