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Subscript in parameter names


You define functions in Mathematica like this:

c[a_, b_]:= ^2a^6+b^6

Giving Sqrt[a^2+b^2]

But how will you define a function with a parameter with a subscript,
like

L[L^_0^ _,v]:=L^_0*^21-^/v^6 c^6

Giving L[L0,v]:= L0*Sqrt[1-v^2/c^2]

Except that L0 should be with a real subscript.

In this example, c is 299,792,458 m/s, L0 the proper length in the
velocity direction of an object with speed v relative to the observed
lenght L from an intertial system with speed 0.
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Per Erik Rønne
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