Topic: Kinematics and Equations Subtopic: Types of Motion
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
- Why is rolling friction extremely small than sliding friction?
- What is a momentum?
- What is plasma physics?
- Why fragile objects are packed inside polyethylene sheets?
- On what factors force of friction depends?
- What is scientific notation?