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  • How to Draw Four Dimensional Figures
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    How to Draw Four Dimensional Figures

    9 years ago

      In this article we will see how to draw a 2- dimensional representation of 4- dimensional objects. Fig. 1 The Number Line 1-D Space Fig. 1 shows the x-axis or number line. This is a single dimension. Any point on the line is represented...

  • The x,y Minkowski diagram
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    The x,y Minkowski diagram

    10 years ago

    The Minkowski diagram is a 4-diamentional diagram made up of six 2-D planes. The x,y Minkowski diagram is one of these planes. Normally when we show a single plane of the Minkowski diagam it is the x,t plane, which compares time axis with the x axis...

  • Hyperbolic Functions
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    Hyperbolic Functions

    10 years ago

    Hyperbolic functions are related to the rectangular hyperbola, like the trigonometric functions are related to a circle. The equation for a hyperbola is x2/a2 - y2/b2 = 1. Hyperbolic functions are based on a hyperbola, where a = b = 1. Therefore the...

  • The Twin Paradox
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    The Twin Paradox

    10 years ago

    The twin paradox is an example used in relativity. In the story there are twin brothers. One of the brothers takes a long trip, in a spacecraft, moving at a speed close the speed of light, both going and returning, while the other brother stays...

  • Using the Minkowski Diagram
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    Using the Minkowski Diagram

    8 years ago

    How both the observer and the object see a linear contraction of the other How the observer and the object measure time dilation in other system The speed of light as measured in both systems Each coordinate system sees a lack of simultaneity...

  • Minkowski Diagram
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    Minkowski Diagram

    2 years ago

    The special theory of relativity is a theory by Albert Einstein, which can be based on the two postulates Postulate 1: The laws of physics are the same (invariant) for all inertial (non-accelerating) observers.* Postulate 2: In a vacuum the speed...

  • What could cause the effects of Relativity
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    What could cause the effects of Relativity

    4 years ago

    Uses a standing electromagnetic wave moving past an observer. The observer sees that the effects of relativity on the standing wave are caused by the Doppler Effect on the two waves creating the standing wave

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