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FREE URANIUM(238) NUCLIE KEPT IN A TRAIN EMITS ALPHA PARTICLES.WHEN THE TRAIN IS STAIONARY AND A URANIUM NUCLEUS NUCLEUS DECAYS A PAASENGER MEASURES THAT THE SEPERATION BETWEEN THE ALPHA PARTICLE AND THE RECOILING NUCLEUS BECOME X IN THE TIME T AFTER THE DECAY .IF THE DECAY TAKE PLACE WHEN THE TRAIN IS MOVING AT UNIFORM SPEED  AUNIFORM SPEED V THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE ALPHA PARTICLE AND THE RECOIOLING NUCLEUS AT A TIME T AFTER THE DECAY AS MEASURED BY THE PASSENGER WILL BE-

Asked by sudheerkapoor67 15th October 2017, 4:25 PM
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Answer:
Since the passenger is staying in the train, the measured distance will not change whether the train is stationary or moving with constant speed
Answered by Expert 16th October 2017, 4:37 PM
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