# Answer to Question #53486 in Mechanics | Relativity for asraa

Question #53486

In the graph in ﬁgure l on p. 76, the G factor blows up to inﬁnity as the velocity approaches the speed of light. Recall that force is the rate of change of momentum, and that relativistic momentum is given by mγv. Based on these ideas, what would happen if we applied a constant force to an object for a very long time? Would it eventually go faster than the speed of light?

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