Define galalian transformation, Physics

Galalian Transformation  is the equation that relation the time and position coordinates of a particle from one inertial frame to another inertial frame (where the particle velocity is negligible in comparison to velocity of light i.e. v << c non - relativistic case) are called the Galilean transformations.

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