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A.) How fast would you have to travel for your relativistic momentum to be 10 times

larger than normal? Leave your answer as a ratio of the speed of light, to 3 decimal places (i.e. 0.913c).


B.) Explain why we don't experience relativistic effects as we drive down the highway.

State any assumed values for speeds if you have any calculations. You can answer the question in terms of time dilation, length contraction, or relative velocities, You should include a sample calculation as part of your answer.

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