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Two photons are approaching each other with speed c. What is their relative velocity?

c = speed of light in vacuum

6 years ago


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Their relative velocity is c. Einstein's theroy of relativity clearly states that speed of light is same in any frame of reference.

6 years ago

Dear student,

Relative velocity= 2c...

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