specific Relativity- time dilation and contraction, writing homework help

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You are standing in a spaceship. With respect to an observer in a given frame of reference, how fast would the spaceship have to move in order for your [moving] mass to be double your resting mass? From your perspective, what will be your mass onboard the spaceship?

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You are standing in a spaceship. With respect to an observer in a given frame of reference, how fast would the spaceship have to move in order for your [moving] mass to be double your resting mass? From your perspective, what w...

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