Give an example from classical physics in which the motion of a clock affects its rate-that is the way it runs. (The magnitude of the effect may depend on the detailed nature of the clock.)
According to the theory of relativity, two effects are observed when the object moves with fast velocity. The first is length contraction, and the second is time dilation. Time dilation is an effect in which time goes slow for fast-moving objects.
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Einstein's theory of relativity explains the time dilation effect. When an object moves with a faster velocity, time runs slower for the object than...
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Learn the concept of time dilation and its causes, with explanations and examples. Understand the formula of time dilation with examples.