Fundamental Physics/Motion

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Motion[edit]

Motion represents a movement of an object from one place to another place caused by a force. Example, movement of a ball from point A to point B . In physics, motion is a change in position of an object over time which can be described in terms of

Motion's characteristics are listed in the table below

Motion Characteristics Symbol Unit Formula
Distance
Time
Speed
Acceleration
Force
Work
Energy

Types of motion[edit]

All those motions above belong to the following fundamental motions

Reference[edit]