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Textbook Problem

If the smallest meaningful time interval is greater than zero, will the lines in Figure 34.9 ever meet?

To determine

Whether the lines will ever meet or not as shown in Figure 1, if the smallest meaningful time interval is greater than zero.

Explanation

Introduction:

Smallest meaningful time interval is defined as the time taken by the light to travel the planks distance and it is in order of decimal order of seconds.

The Given figure is shown below.

  

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