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Daily Archives: October 3, 2011
Galilean transformation equations derivation
Let there are two inertial frames of references S and S’. S is the stationary frame of reference and S’ is the moving frame of reference. At time t=t’=0 that is in the start, they are at the same position … Continue reading
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The concept of Relativity and frames of reference
The concept of Relativity and frames of reference: The term relativity comes from the word “relative that is in relation”. In this universe, everything is relative, there is nothing like absolute rest. If you think that you are sitting somewhere … Continue reading
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