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i think the answer must be both simultunaeosly..we cant separate space and time..thats wat einstein says
space time is a single entity
This is a course on classical mechanics/Newtonian mechanics. Newton never worried about the existence of "space" or "time". To him these were intuitive ideas. Thus Newtonian mechanics does not deal with space or time. You really need a course on modern physics for that. To Newton time was what you see on and measure with your clock. Space was nothing more than what he could perceive as his surroundings