"Motion is relative." Justify the statement.
Asked by | 12th Apr, 2011, 10:08: PM
Yes, motion is always a relative term. A body can be said to be in motion , if it changes its position with respect to another body. Now say, if two bodies with moving with same velocity, in direction parallel to each other then for an observer in any of the two bodies , the other body will appear to be stationary.
Answered by | 13th Apr, 2011, 03:22: PM
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