IF TWO OBJECTS GO PARALLEL TO EACH OTHER ALONG THE SAME DIRECTION IN A STRAIGHT LINE, WITH SAME VELOCITY, THEN WHAT IS THE RELATIVE VELOCITY BETWEEN THEM?
Asked by swarajtopper | 4th Aug, 2015, 04:39: PM
When two objects travel along the same direction with the same velocity, then the relative velocity between them is zero.
You can observe this phenomenon while travelling in a train.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 5th Aug, 2015, 10:34: AM
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