Kinematics and Equations - Physics Learning 1
Practice Kinematics and Equations questions with answers. This prep guide includes questions like, what is difference between rest and motion?, how rest and motion are relative?, what is translatory motion?, what is difference between linear and translatory motion?, what is difference between circular and rotatory motion? and others below.
Kinematics and Equations Learning 1
What is difference between rest and motion?
Answer: A body is said to be at rest if doesn't change it's position with respect to its surroundings while a body is said to be in motion if it continuously changes it's position with respect to its surroundings.
How rest and motion are relative?
Answer: The state of rest and motion of a body is always relative. For example a person is travelling in a bus. He is in state of rest with respect to a person sitting inside the bus but to an observer outside the bus, he is in state of motion.
What is translatory motion?
Answer: The motion of a body along a straight line without any rotation is said to be translatory motion. The motion can be straight lined or along a curved path as well.
What is difference between linear and translatory motion?
Answer: A body moving in a curved path without rotation is said to be in translatory motion while an object moving along a straight line only is said to be in a linear motion
What is difference between circular and rotatory motion?
Answer: A body moving along a circular path is said to be in circular motion while if a body spins around it's axis then it is said to be in rotatory motion. For example a stone attached to string is whirled in a circle is circular motion while rotation of stone around it's own axis is rotatory motion.