XX. 1  1 = 0 =
r 1

H
v
L
2
c
2
q
1

H
v
L
2c2
4
p
r

r
q
2
p
r Sin
@
b
D

1
== q
r

H
2
p
r

2
p
x
L
=
1

2
p
Sin
@
b
D
4
p qq
2
== q
r

2
p
r

2
p
r^2

4
p
r
2
q
r
2
q
2
2
p
^2
Abstract: In this work, we see how the surrounding structure of the equation used to find expressions for the velocity variable inthe Lorentz coefficient "determines" the expression of the solution to that variable, v.
ü
Postulates
c :
=
2.99792458
*
H
10^8
L
m
ê
s
=
the constant speed of light.
q
r

K
2
p
r

2
p
H
r^2
h
^2
L O
=
0, where
h
is the height of a cone, r is the slant length of a cone,and theta is the angle taken out
H
folded into
L
of an initial circle of radius r.
Lemma 5
The height of the cone can be calculated in terms of only r and
q
, thus
q
is a function of
b
alone.Proof. Since we have shown that
q
r = 2
p
r  2
p
r
1
and
r
1
Ø
r
2
h
2
, we can substitute the expression for
r
1
, calculatedfrom the Pythagorean theorem in terms of the height of the cone and the initial radius of the circle, into the expression for
q
r interms of the change in circumference of the initial circle to the circle that is the base of the cone into which the circle wastransformed.
q
r = 2
p
r  2
p
H
r^2
h
^2
L
, thus,
h =
4
p
r
2
q
r
2
q
2
2
p
= (r Sin[
b
]). From
2
p h
4
p qq
2
= r, we note that: r =
2
p
r Sin
@
b
D
4
p qq
2
. So we solve the equation,
Solve
B
r
==
2
p
r Sin
@
b
D
4
p qq
2
,
q
F
::
q Ø
2
p p
2
p
2
Sin
@
b
D
2
>
,
:
q Ø
2
p+ p
2
p
2
Sin
@
b
D
2
>>
2
p
Sin
@
b
D
4
p qq
2
=
1
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