Hi,
can anyone tell me what energy we must give a proton to reach 0.999 999 991 c?
It ought to be 3.5 or 7 TeV, can you show me how you do that?
Thanks a lot in advance!

Hi,
can anyone tell me what energy we must give a proton to reach 0.999 999 991 c?
It ought to be 3.5 or 7 TeV, can you show me how you do that?
Thanks a lot in advance!
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If I want to find 0.099...1, I can use the formula where M ( 7000 GeV/0.938 GeV = 7641 ) is mass increase (KE/m0*c^2)
Is there another way? I found this formula but can't use it
does it make sense to you?
Last edited by whizkid; October 22nd, 2013 at 02:47 AM.
Last edited by Strange; October 22nd, 2013 at 06:20 PM.
Thanks, everybody, for your help, so this:
is the only way to find v^2/c^2
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