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It has happened many times and i have ignored it everytime.
Yesterday it happened again .
I was travelling in a train and saw a fly (insect) flying near my seat.
Train was running at a speed of around of 100 km/hr. So according to the physics rules , my speed will also be 100 km/hr as i am sitting inside the train. But as far as the fly is consider, it is flying inside the train , the speed of the fly is very less as compared to the train. So why does not the fly stuck on the one side of the train ?
As the fly is not in physical contact with the train, will its speed be 120 km/hr?