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Physics HW14 Problem 12

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The figure shows a spacetime diagram for two people moving with respect to each other and five events, labelled A through E. The horizontal scale is the x scale, the vertical scale is the t scale, and the tilted axes are the x' and t' scales.

(a) Rank the five marked points according to time for the stationary (in this diagram) observer, earliest first. Use the syntax A-B=C-D-E which would mean A happened first, B at the same time as C, followed by D then E.
 

(b) Rank the five marked points according to time for the moving (in this diagram) observer.
 

(c) Rank the five marked points according to position for the stationary observer, from left to right.
 

(d) Rank the five marked points according to position for the moving observer.
 

asked Nov 29, 2016 in Intro College Physics by anonymous

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