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Unformatted text preview: Figure 4.8. Reference Frames in Two Dimensions. The velocity and acceleration of the object P in reference frame B can be obtained by differentiating the position vector of P in reference frame B with respect to time: If the observer in reference frame B is moving with a constant velocity with respect to an observer in reference frame A, the acceleration of the object P measured by observer A will be the same as the acceleration measured by observer B....
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