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2yoututu11

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PLZZZZZ help me i am on a time limit :( An object's position is always defined relative to a reference point. If the object changes position, its motion can be described as moving in some direction in relation to this reference point. If the relative position of a diver is being described as below a certain reference point midway through a dive, what reference point is most likely being used? the far side of the swimming pool the bottom of the swimming pool other swimmers in the water the diving board

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  1. taydillbeck
    • 2 years ago
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    The second one, maybe? I'm not too certain.

  2. 2yoututu11
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    it was D)the diving board

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