# Velocity Calculator in Relativistic Events

The Velocity Calculator in Relativistic Events will calculate the:

1. Velocity of a particle connected at the system S (considered at rest) when its velocity in the system S' and the relative velocity of systems are known.

Calculation Parameters: All relativistic events are supposed to occur in vacuum; any motion is one-dimensional; all systems are inertial.

 🖹 Normal View🗖 Full Page View Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)0123456789101112131415 Velocity of object in the system S' connected to the object or event, (v') m/s Velocity of system S' relative to the system S at rest (V) m/s Speed of light in vacuum (c) m/s ∞ Real Number Results∑ Scientific Number Results
Velocity of an object in the system S connected to the Earth (v) calculation The velocity of an object in the system S connected to the Earth (v) is m/s [metre per second] v = v' + V/1 + v' ∙ V/c2v = + /1 + ∙ /2v = /1 + /v = /1 + v = /v = Velocity of object in the system S' connected to the object or event, (v') m/s [metre per second] Velocity of system S' relative to the system S at rest (V) m/s [metre per second] Speed of light in vacuum (c) m/s [metre per second]
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## Related Physics Sections with Tutorials

Section 3: Kinematics

Section 18: Relativity

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## Velocity of an object in the system S connected to the Earth (v) Formula and Calculation

v = v' + V/1 + v' ∙ V/c2

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