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Relative to some reference points , ur nose is in motion when you run. Relative to othrrs, its not in motion. Give one example of each,

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    Is is what i wrote:
    The nose is in motion, relative to a person in a car, cz the nose is changing position as time passes
    The nose is at rest, relative to the floor since its not chamging positionn as time passes.

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