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    when we use a change of reference ?


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    I think you need to provide a bit more information about the question.

    "Reference" in what context? A dictionary? A citation to a previously published work? A datum, fiducial mark or other reference point?


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    If by "reference" you mean "knickers"...you're supposed to change them everyday...unless you run out of clean ones...then just turn them inside out.
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    is that a forum of science ?? I said that is related to physics
    in other word I mean reference frame . there is a prof of physic here to understand what I mean ??
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    Do you mean inertial frame of reference in relativity?

    In which case: Lorentz transformation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    when we use a non galilien reference frame ?
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    A non-Galillean or non-inertial frame is one that is accelerating.
    Non-inertial reference frame - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    this dude is either so high he cannot remember what he wanted to write or skipped lectures on sentence structure
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