what is Einstien's Theory of Relativity?

Asked by prakamya | 7th Dec, 2009, 04:45: PM

Expert Answer:

It solves the problem of relative velocities, when it comes to object velocities close to the speed of light. Among it's postulates is the constancy of speed of light in vacuum for all inertial observers, and it's effects includes, length contraction, time dilation etc.

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Answered by  | 7th Dec, 2009, 06:57: PM

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