Physics Help please
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A bus moving with speed 0.93c is 65 feet long according to its passengers and driver. What is its length from your vantage point on a fixed planet?

L =Lₒ•sqrt(1 β²) = 65• sqrt(1 0.93²) =
= 23.9 ft.
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