In relative motion, the motion has to be described with respect to a frame of reference.
The two points given here are in common reference point.
If two points are in a common reference frame, then
a) They are not in motion relative to each other.
b) They are not accelerating relative to each other.
c) They are in the same gravitational field.
d) They must be the same point.
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