Why do we rotate along with the earth's rotation?
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Apr3-11, 11:14 AM
Just being 'in space' does not determine an object's velocity. It can have
Once again, a force is not associated with a velocity, but with a
in velocity. And that's only x mph.
As far as your velocity is concerned, that depends on what you are measuring it with respect to. With respect to the earth's surface, it would be x mph. With respect to the earth's center, it would be 1000 + x mph. With respect to the Sun, something else entirely. And so on.
change in velocity is being 1000miles in east to 5 miles in west. also with earths center my v would be zero as the displacement is zero.