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3 Chapter Linear Motion Review Questions with Answers Motion is Relative 1. As you read this, how fast are you moving relative to the chair you are sitting on? Relative to the sun? You're moving at zero relative to the chair, and 107,000 km/h relative to the sun. Speed 2. What two units of measurement are necessary for describing speed? Distance and time. 3. What kind of speed is registered by an automobile...

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