Sumit pal Asked a Question
September 1, 2020 10:07 ampts 30 pts
Jo 43. A horižontal rod of proper length L moves with a uniform speed v> 0 along the X-axis of a coordinate frame. A ground observer measures the position coordinates of its two ends at two different times with time difference At> 0 The observer finds that the difference between the two coordinates is L. Calculate At in terms of L, v and the speed of light c. If measured correctly, what would have been the length of the rod in the ground frame? O
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  • Ruby negi Best Answer
    del X' is the length of rod measured by observer in rod frame and del X (=L)is the length of rod measured by observer in lab frame......
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  • Chandra dhawan thankyou
    go through this concept
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