In special relativity we assume relative velocity of B wrt A is the same in magnitude and opposite in direction as of velocity of A wrt B. Now doesn't this demand that the position vectors in both frames(A's and B's) are the just opposite in direction...?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I mean to ask...how can we take for granted that the position vectors will just be the same in magnitude and opposite in direction ??

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# Relatvity of Vectors

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