Reference frames

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a frame of reference is moving with a constant velocity with respect to a inertial frame of reference,then moving frame will be inertial itself?
 

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Yes, can you show why? Try beginning by showing that if an object is moving with constant velocity [itex] \vec{v} [/itex] in the first frame then it will also move with a constant velocity in the second.
 

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