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in the cabin of a jetliner that cruises at a sped of 600/km/h, a opillow drops from an overhead rack. since the liner is moving so fast why doesn't the pillow slam into the omoartment when it falls?what is the horizontal speed of the pilow relative to the ground? And relative to me in the plane?
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