A Traveler's Guide to Spacetime: An Introduction to the Special Theory of Relativity
This innovative, inexpensive supplement will add a special dimension to any general physics class, or advanced course in special relativity. Professor Moore has written a concise yet thorough introduction to topics in special relativity, developing concepts clearly and presenting them in an accessible manner.
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Synchronization Units and Spacetime Diagrams
The Nature of Time
The Metric Equation
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