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Unformatted text preview: all inertial frames… c A – …is not the same in air and in vacuum
Suppose the earth moves through the ether fixed in space with
speed v. A light wave traveling at speed c with respect to the
ether is heading in the opposite direction. According to Galilean
relativity, what is the magnitude of the speed of the light wave
as viewed from the earth? (Assume the earth is not
c) |c|-|v| d) |v|-|c| e) something else B – …is not the same in accelerating frames
C – …is not the same in all directions
D – …does not depend on the wavelength or color
E – …does not change when reflected by mirror. Frame of refere...
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