When viewed from the window of a speeding train, the speed with which nearby objects move seems faster than that of more distant objects.


When viewed from the window of a speeding train, the speed with which nearby objects move seems faster than that of more distant objects.

A. the speed with which nearby objects move seems faster than that of

B. the speed that nearby objects move seems faster than for

C. the speed of nearby objects seems faster than

D. nearby objects’ speeds seem to be faster than those of

E. nearby objects seem to move at a faster speed than do


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Correct Answer: E

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