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What is the solution to NewtonsNewton's bucket problem?

What is the solution to Newtons bucket problemNewton's bucket problem?

The Wikipedia page does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt as if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame (the frame of distant stars)

  2. There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates  (position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad. So I would like explanations to be made assuming this.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

What is the solution to Newtons bucket problem?

What is the solution to Newtons bucket problem?

The Wikipedia page does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt as if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame (the frame of distant stars)

  2. There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates(position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad. So I would like explanations to be made assuming this.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

What is the solution to Newton's bucket problem?

What is the solution to Newton's bucket problem?

The Wikipedia page does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt as if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame (the frame of distant stars)

  2. There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates  (position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad. So I would like explanations to be made assuming this.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

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What is the solution to Newtons Bucket Problembucket problem?

What is the solution to Newtons Bucket Problembucket problem?

The Wikipedia Pagepage does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt as if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame(the frame of distant stars)

    There is a special frame (the frame of distant stars)

  2. There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates(position).

OR

2.There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates(position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad. So I would like explanations to be made assuming this.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

What is the solution to Newtons Bucket Problem?

What is the solution to Newtons Bucket Problem?

The Wikipedia Page does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt as if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame(the frame of distant stars)

OR

2.There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates(position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad. So I would like explanations to be made assuming this.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

What is the solution to Newtons bucket problem?

What is the solution to Newtons bucket problem?

The Wikipedia page does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt as if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame (the frame of distant stars)

  2. There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates(position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad. So I would like explanations to be made assuming this.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

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What is the solution to Newtons Bucket Problem?

The Wikipedia Page does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt as if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame(the frame of distant stars)

OR

2.There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates(position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad. So I would like explanations to be made assuming this.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

What is the solution to Newtons Bucket Problem?

The Wikipedia Page does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame(the frame of distant stars)

OR

2.There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates(position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

What is the solution to Newtons Bucket Problem?

The Wikipedia Page does not give me any finality. After reading, I felt as if the problem implied either one of these two things

  1. There is a special frame(the frame of distant stars)

OR

2.There is a special frame which is determined by coordinates(position).

My Background

Pardon me if I have terribly misunderstood the article, but I know high school math and science fairly well and I have participated in a Science Olympiad. So I would like explanations to be made assuming this.

Another helpful article about the problem can be found here.

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