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a) i) Distinguish between inertial and non-inertial frames of reference.
Outline a method that you can use to enable you to distinguish them.

ii) Assess the reliability of the results you obtained in the first-hand investigation outlined in part (i)

b) Comment on the statement "a theory is useless unless it has supporting evidence"

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