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If you walk at 1 m/s down the aisle of a bus that is moving at 10 m/s along the road, how fast are you moving relative to the road when you walk toward the front of the bus? Toward the rear of the bus?

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    You are going 11m/s ahead.

    VelocityYourelativeBus+Velocitybusrelative to ground = Velocity you relative to ground

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