Posted by **Justin** on Monday, November 15, 2010 at 10:32pm.

In the cabin of a jetliner that travels at 600 km/h, a pillow drops from an overhead rack into your lap below. Since the jetliner is moving so fast, why doesn't the pillow slam into the rear compartment of the plane? What is the horizontal speed of the pillow relative to the ground? Relative to the inside of the jet?

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