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A man is driving a car at a constant speed. What is the state of the man w.r.t. a person sitting inside the car?

  1. Rest
  2. Uniform motion
  3. Non-uniform motion
  4. None of the above

hintHint:

Motion of man w. r. t a man which is sitting inside car is rest.

The correct answer is: Rest


    • The man is at rest with w.r.t the person sitting inside the car as he is not moving.
    • If you see w.r.t a person sitting inside the car you are at rest because your position w. r. t him is not changing.

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