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  1. #1 Maximum Velocity in a vacuum with force applied 
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    Hello. can anyone help me with this? i'm not sure how to calculate special relativity formulas.

    Object A is a 1000KG
    Object B applies 100KG of constant force.

    A & B is in a vacuum with no other variables of course.

    how fast could object A and B go giving the fact that the mass increases the fast it goes? and how long would it take to get to 25, 50 and 75% it's maximum (or generally close to) speed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr LeClair View Post
    Hello. can anyone help me with this? i'm not sure how to calculate special relativity formulas.

    Object A is a 1000KG
    Object B applies 100KG of constant force.

    A & B is in a vacuum with no other variables of course.

    how fast could object A and B go giving the fact that the mass increases the fast it goes? and how long would it take to get to 25, 50 and 75% it's maximum (or generally close to) speed.


    Thank you.
    As a matter of netiquette, it's considered bad form to post the same question in multiple subfora. That's considered a form of spamming. Just post once, please.

    Thanks.
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