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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.

# 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.

# 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.

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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.

# 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.

# 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.

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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.

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.

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.