Am I correct in my understanding that two objects moving away from each other movee away from each other at the speed designated by this equation: (V1+V2)/((1+((V1*VS)/(C^2)))) I was wondering if this same equation was used to determine the velocity at which two objects move towards each other as well. It seems like it would be the same, but then again, I would think that the combined velocity of 2 objects would just be V1+V2, so I'm just being careful.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Velocities of objects moving towards and away from each other

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