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Comprehension matching an object or location that is experiencing no acceleration an object or location that is undergoing an acceleration the observation that the laws of nature are the same for all intertial frames of reference the theory that considers non-inertial frames of reference the notion that separate speed vectors can be added together in a "straight-forward" way to form a total velocity vector the idea that motion is only defined relative to other objects, which may have their own motion the theory that describes how nature behaves when encountering high speeds a thought experiment contrived to illustrate a particular effect true/false The laws of nature remain the same for any inertial frame of reference. true false We call any object moving without acceleration an inertial frame of reference. true false A laboratory on Earth's surface is a true inertial frame of reference. true
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