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system of co-ordinates of which the state of motion is such that the law of inertia holds relative to it is called a "Galileian system of co-ordinates." The laws of the mechanics of Galilei-Newton can be regarded as valid only for a Galileian system of co-ordinates.
If we take our stand on the ground of classical mechanics, we can satisfy this requirement for our illustration in the following manner.

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