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Two parallel rail tracks run north-south. Train A moves north with a speed of 59 km h^{-1} and train B moves south with a speed of 85 km^{-1}. What is the

(a) velocity of B with respect to A ?,

(b) velocity of ground with respect to B ?,

(c) velocity of a monkey running on the

roof of the train A against its motion

(with a velocity of 17 km h^{-1} with

respect to the train A) as observed by

a man standing on the ground ?

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