Subject: How do you bounce a ball and catch it on a train?
Date: Wed Jan 2 13:33:22 2002
Posted by Rebecca
Grade level: undergrad
School: Houston Baptist University
City: Houston State/Province: TX
Area of science: Physics
If you are travelling in space, say on a train, how can you bounce a ball and
be able to catch it as if when you are stationary? To an observer on the
ground it would appear that the ball travelled at the rate of the train's speed
between bounce and catch. How is this possible?
Re: How do you bounce a ball and catch it on a train?
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