Relative motion


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Relative motion
Relative motion is when two objects move in relation to each other, like two people walking side-by-side. It’s kinda like a game of follow-the-leader, where one person goes one way and the other has to keep up. Let’s say you and your friend both jump up at the same time. You’re both moving in relation to each other, but neither of you is actually going anywhere – that’s relative motion. Fun fact: Relative motion can also be used to describe boats on the ocean, where one boat is sailing east and the other is sailing west, but in comparison to one another, they’re both just standing still.