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• If I am an inertial observer, another person moving relative to me at constant velocity will also be an inertial observer.

如果我是惯性观察者,那另一个相对于我做匀速运动的人,也是一个惯性观察者

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• But things which were at rest will move at a constant velocity, opposite of the velocity that you have relative to me.

这些静止的东西都在匀速运动,方向正好跟你相对我运动的速度方向相反

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• And since we are not expecting the mass of the particle to change, what we really are saying is the uncertainty in its velocity times the uncertainty in its position is greater than the ratio of the Planck constant divided by 2 pi.

因为我们不期望,粒子质量发生变化，我们说的是,它速度的不确定度,乘以它位置的不确定度,比普朗克常量,除以2除以圆周率要大。

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• The great discovery that Galileo and Newton made is that you don't need a force for a body to move at constant velocity.

伽利略和牛顿的伟大发现就是,物体不需要力来维持匀速运动

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• But adding a constant velocity to objects does not change the fact that those which were maintaining constant velocity still maintain a constant velocity.

但是加上一个恒定速度并不会改变下述事实,即,那些正在匀速运动的物体,仍然保持匀速运动

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• First, free velocity, constant velocity can be obtained for free without doing anything.

首先,速度是无偿的,恒定速度不需外力作用就能无偿获得

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• It's in the nature of things to go at a constant velocity.

能保持恒定速度是物体的固有性质

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• The summary is that constant velocity doesn't require anything.

概括起来就是,匀速运动并不需要任何外力

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• We are moving at constant velocity.

我们现在是让物体匀速运动

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• You will find that objects that are at constant initial velocity maintain the velocity.

你也会发现原本匀速的物体,依然保持原来的速度

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• n So the velocity is given by this product of the quantum number n Planck constant 2 pi mass of the electron time the radius of the orbit, which itself is a function of n.

速度是量子数,普朗克常数2π乘以轨道半径的值,它自身也是n的函数。

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• There's infinite number of them, but they're all moving relative to each other at constant velocity.

有无数个惯性观察者,但是他们都在相对于彼此,做匀速运动

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• So the Earth is an inertial frame of reference, if you go in a train relative to the Earth at constant velocity, you're also inertial.

所以,地球是一个惯性参考系,如果你坐在相对于地球匀速运动的火车里,你也处于惯性状态

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• It's a different constant velocity.

只不过是速度不同而已

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• It looks like a tautology because you're never able to show me something that moves forever at a constant velocity, because every time you don't find such a thing, I give an excuse, namely, a force is acting.

这听上去像个死循环,因为你不可能,找到永远匀速运动下去的物体,因为每当你找不到这样的物体时,我就会给出一个理由,也就是,有力作用在上面

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• Because any velocity I ascribe to a particle or an object, you will add a certain constant to it by the law of composition of velocity.

因为我描述的任何一个质点或者物体的速度,你都要根据速度叠加法则,给它加上某个常数

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• take the derivative of this, get the velocity vector and you notice his magnitude is a constant Whichever way you do it, you can then rewrite this as v square over r.

对这个式子求一次导,就能得到速度矢量,你会发现其模长是常数,不管用什么方法,加速度也可以写成 v^2 / r

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