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why is absolute rest nd absolute motion not defined???
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Motion and rest is always defined in some frame of reference. like when you see outside from a train it seems the trees are moving. in your frame of reference trees are moving but in the frame of ground they are at rest. so first we have to mention the frame of reference then only we can talk about the motion and rest. so these are nor absolute.
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