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change of observer


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Let A and B be observers in two different places. The same event will be observed differently by A and B. Knowing one observation and the relative position of A and B allows the calculation of what the other observer would see in classical mechanics, which requires time and distance to be independent of the choice of observer.

Subjects: Mathematics.


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