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why cant we prove newton's laws by using the concept of relativity. i mean to say is actually newtons laws are applicable to only inertial frames, and now by considering a body is at rest with respect to a person nd by that cant we prove that law

why cant we prove newton's laws by using the concept of relativity. i mean to say is actually newtons laws are applicable to only inertial frames, and now by considering a body is at rest with respect to a person nd  by that cant we prove that law

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Chetan Mandayam Nayakar
312 Points
10 years ago

The laws of physics are inferred from the results of experimental observation and cannot be derived theoretically.

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