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A clock moves at a constant velocity of 8.0 km/s with respect to Earth. If the clock ticks at intervals of one second in its rest frame, how much more than a second elapses between ticks of the clock as measured by an observer at rest on Earth? Use the binomial approximation (1 ? v2/c2)?1/2 ? 1 + v2/(2c2).]


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