One of the founding principles of the Special Theory of Relativity is that the light in a vacuum is an absolute constant. What is the other founding principle?
a. there is no other
b. that the laws of physics are the same for all non-accelerated observers
c. that the laws of physics are not the same for all non-accelerated observers
d. that the laws of physics are the same for all accelerated observers
e. that the laws of physics are not the same for all accelerated observers
Special Relativity of Einstein tells us about the relative motion between two observers in an inertial reference frame and their coordinate conversion. It also tells us how space and time are not absolute and somewhat interdependent on each other.
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Explanation: Einstein, in his special theory of relativity, tells us that all the laws of physics will be the same for two observers in an inertial...
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Learn about the theory of relativity created by Albert Einstein. Discover the parts of the theory, including special relativity regarding motion, space, and time, as well as general relativity that asserts planets bend space and time.