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how must an object be moving for us to be able to use the theory of special relativity to describe the object A-the object must be moving close to

how must an object be moving for us to be able to use the theory of special relativity to describe the object
A-the object must be moving close to the speed of light, how speed and direction change is not important
B-The object must be moving at a constant speed in a straight line how fast is it moving is not important
C-The object must be moving in a constant direction how its speed changes it unimportant
D-the object must be moving at a constant speed whether the direction of motion changes is unimportant
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