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What does Einstein’s theory of relatively, which posits that movement in space and time is relative to the person measuring them, mean? Check all that apply. Each person’s perception is one’s own truth. Reality is unique to each individual. Space and time are constructs that do not exist. Each person perceives space and time differently. What people perceive is not necessarily accurate or true.

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