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My Question goes like this: If a mosquito inside the bus wants to move from back to front, will there be any difference if the bus is stationary or moving (ie extra effort in the latter case?)? Consider it as a closed bus & mosquito at a fixed point in bus, ie the air column will be constant throughout the process, & the mosquito will always be in that air column & never touch any part of the bus.
Here's another question which has the similar answer as above question : Suppose the bus is at rest, & mosquito is also at rest (wrt to both ground & bus) and is in the air column, & not touching any part of bus. If bus starts moving, will the mosquito stay at rest wrt ground, ie go to back, or will it stay at rest wrt bus?
For both questions, consider that when bus starts,it instaneously starts moving in constant velocity.(no acceleration)
Thanks in advance to everyone who tries to answer it.