Posted by **Andy ** on Sunday, April 18, 2010 at 12:14am.

Find Beta and Gamma for an electron that has a kinetic energy of 6.00 keV.

gamma = KE/MoC^2 + 1

Beta = 1/gamma^2 + 1

gamma = 1.011723381

Beta = 1.9769592

I am getting gamma right but I am getting Beta wrong what I'm I doing wrong??

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