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Suppose you are standing on the sidewalk. Describe the direction of your motion relative to the car and plane.
answer my motion would seem slower than the car but faster than the plane.
I know there has to be a better answer,
any suggestions?? Thank you.

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    Get off the sidewalk -- the plane is crashing!

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    IDGAF bout school OFWGKTA

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