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A passenger walks forward along the aisle of a train at a speed of 1.3 m/sec as the train moves along a straight track at a constant speed of 30.2 m/sec with respect to the ground. What is the passenger's speed relative to the ground? To the accuracy cited, do classical and relativistic predictions differ?
In processes guided by the strong interaction we could produce particles and different mesons even if the reactants had zero strangeness as long as the products have zero net strangeness as well. In other words, fast production of strange particles guided by the strong force is possible.
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