If the frame of reference moves with the same velocity as the velocity of the...

ban1ka1u

ban1ka1u

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2022-07-16

If the frame of reference moves with the same velocity as the velocity of the object being examined within it, is it truly a frame of reference?

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Perman7z

Perman7z

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2022-07-17Added 13 answers

Yes, and one that is often useful. It is the object's rest frame.
For example, you are an object. In your rest frame, you can most easily measure the velocity of another object.
ScommaMaruj

ScommaMaruj

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2022-07-18Added 5 answers

It's worth noting that if the object isn't moving at constant velocity, then its rest frame won't be inertial.

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