Posted by **pat** on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 6:28pm.

a train is going 95mph you walk 5mph toward front of train. in relation to passanger seated on train how fast are you moving?

The seated passenger is fixed in the same frame of reference as the train. Therefore the walking passenger has a relative velocity of 5 mph relative to the seated passenger.

what formula to be used

what formula to be used

drwls,thanks i guessed that.

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