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When we are travelling in a train why do objects nearer to us appear to move at a higher velocity??

When we are travelling in a train why do objects nearer to us appear to move at a higher velocity??

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Yash Varma
12 Points
9 years ago
Objects far away seem to travel at a much lower velocity............the world outside appears like a disk, with the places far apart as the centre and hence objects near us seem to move as at higher velocity because of their large radius(v=r.w).....may be the curvature of the earth is responsible....
Lokesh
24 Points
9 years ago
BECAUSE AS THE PERPENDICULAR DISTANCE INCREASES DUE TO THE PERSISTANCE OF VISION.

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