If a train is going 35 mph and theres a dude standing in a boxcar and he jumps 2 feet in the air, where will he land? In the same spot, or ahead of or behind the spot he jumped from?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

currently some friends and I are debating this. some say the same spot some say behind. I say the same spot due to newtons 1st law of motion, and general relativity.

1. what is the anwser

2. what is the equation to solve it ?

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# Easy for you to solve, need an anwser pls

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