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PhysicsQ&A LibraryRelative Coordinates In a two-body motion system, verify that the po-1.sitions of two particles can be written in terms of the CM and relative positions asr1 = R+m2r/M and r2 = R - mir/M. Hence confirm that the total KE of the twoparticles can be expressed as T = MR2 ur, where u denotes the reduced mass= m1m2/M and M is the total mass M = m1 + m2.Question

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