Red and Blue Shift
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$$\vec{e_{v}}\vec{e_{r}}=\cos(\Phi) \\ \frac{f^{'}}{f}=\gamma(1\frac{v\cos(\Phi)}{c}) \\ \frac{\Delta f}{f}=\frac{\kappa M}{rc^{2}} \\ \frac{\lambda_{0}}{\lambda_{1}}=\frac{R_{0}}{R_{1}}$$Latex Code
\vec{e_{v}}\vec{e_{r}}=\cos(\Phi) \\ \frac{f^{'}}{f}=\gamma(1\frac{v\cos(\Phi)}{c}) \\ \frac{\Delta f}{f}=\frac{\kappa M}{rc^{2}} \\ \frac{\lambda_{0}}{\lambda_{1}}=\frac{R_{0}}{R_{1}}
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Introduction
Latex code for the the red and blue shift. I will briefly introduce the notations in this formulation.
 Motion: follows: .
 Gravitational redshift: follows: .
 Red Shift result in cosmic background radiation as follows:
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