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Why does a truck that is traveling in the opposite direction to you on the street appear to be moving faster than it would if you were not moving? A. The truck increases its velocity with respect to the ground when you are moving too. B. The relative motion between you and the truck is larger than it would be if you were standing still. C. The relative motion between you and the truck is smaller than it would be if you were standing still. D. The relative motion between the truck and the road is greater than it would be if you were standing still.

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the answer is B, because relative equals the sum of the two velocities, so in case a you and truck moving in opposite direction V = Vyou + V truck, while in the 2nd case V = Vyou which equal zero cause you are standing still +Vtruck

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