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`        A frame of reference 'F2' moves with velocity 'v' with respect to another frame 'F1'.When an object is observed from both frames its velocity is found to be v1 in F1 and v2 in F2. Then, v2 is`
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```										Dear ramya
velocity of object wrt F1=vector v1
velocity of F2 wrt F1=vector v
so velocity of F1 wrt F2=vector -v
Velocity of object w.r.t F2 =vector v2     =velocity of object wrt F1 -velocity of F1 wrt F2
=vector v1 -(vector -v)
=vector v1 +(vector v)

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