Relativistic energy-momentum equation to estimate momentum.Watch
Use the relativistic energy-momentum equation to estimate the momentum.
Then I have three questions below this in blue.
My questions are:
1. The numbers I have inserted in red do not give the required 0.87 MeV. What have I done wrong?
2. What does T represent in the correct solution?
3. Does m_0 represent the rest mass of and electron?
Referring to the original attachment, would you know what the 'T' represents in the equation E = T + (m0 c^2)?
Does m0 represent the rest mass of an electron?