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Q & A: Can a body at rest have velocity?

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Most recent answer: 10/02/2012
Can a body at rest have velocity
- archil (age 16)
It depends on which reference frame you are are in.   You are free to choose your reference frame.   If you are in the reference frame of the body then the relative velocity is zero.   But there are other reference frames in which the relative velocity is non-zero.


(published on 10/02/2012)

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