Posted by **kayla** on Monday, February 11, 2013 at 9:38pm.

Can someone please explain to me why or how this statement is true? I don't understand it..

Two events that are simultaneous in one inertial frame of reference will not necessarily be simultaneous in any other inertial frame of reference.

Thank you

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