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February 4, 2022 12:32 pmpts 30 pts
An inertial observer sees two events E, and E, happening at the same location but 6 us apart in time. Another observer moving with a constant velocity v (with respect to the first one) sees the same events to be 9 uS apart. The spatial distance between the events, as measured by the second observer, is approximately (a) 300 m (b) 1000 m (c) 2000 m (d) 2700 m Ta 10 D A
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  • Akash Best Answer
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