Special theory of relativity, Physics

Special Theory of Relativity deals with the relativity of motion and of rest is called theory of relativity. In broad sense it divides into two parts

(1)  GTR (General Theory of Relativity)

(2)  STR (Special Theory of Relativity)

 

 

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