Fundamental Physics/Motion/Linear motion

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Definition[edit | edit source]

Linear motion represents motion of any object follows a straight line path without changing it's direction . For examples, Horizontal linear motion , Vertically linear motion , Inclined linear motion

Horizontal linear motion[edit | edit source]

Horizontal linear motion represents any motion that travels in straight line horizontally. The chracteristics of Horizontal linear motion are listed in the table below

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Distance
Time
Speed
Acceleration
Force
Work
Energy

Vertical linear motion[edit | edit source]

Vertical linear motion represents any motion that travels in straight line vertically . The chracteristics of Vertical linear motion are listed in the table below

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Distance
Time
Speed
Acceleration
Force
Work
Energy

Inclined linear motion[edit | edit source]

Inclined linear motion represents any motion that travels in straight line at an inclined angle . The chracteristics of Inclined linear motion are listed in the table below

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Speed of motion
Time
Acceleration
Distance
Force
Work done
Energy