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      • The General Theory of Relativity can actually be described using a very simple equation: R = GE (although Einstein 's own formulation of his field equations are much more complex).
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  2. Basic formulas of Einstein's theory of relativity t = to time dilation L = Lo / length contraction m = mo mass change K. E. = moc2 ( - 1) relativistic kinetic energy Vnet = (v + U) / (1 + vU/c2 ) velocity addition law E = mc2 mass-energy equivalence where:

  3. The formula that relates a value in one reference frame to the value in another is labelled with the symbol gamma \(\gamma\). It is a unitless term and depends on the velocity divided by the light speed. The value \(\gamma\) is known as the relativistic factor. Formula for Relativity: According to the theory of relativity, the formula is:

  4. Some Special Relativity Formulas 1 Introduction The purpose of this handout is simple: to give you power in using special relativity! Even though you may not, at this stage, understand exactly where all of these formulas come from, you can certainly understand what they mean and have fun with them.

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  5. E = mc2. One of the results of the theory of special relativity is Einstein's famous equation E = mc 2. In this formula E is energy, m is mass, and c is the constant speed of light. An interesting result of this equation is that energy and mass are related. Any change in an object's energy is also accompanied by a change in mass.

  6. General relativity is a theory of gravitation developed by Einstein in the years 1907–1915. The development of general relativity began with the equivalence principle , under which the states of accelerated motion and being at rest in a gravitational field (for example, when standing on the surface of the Earth) are physically identical.

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