Topic: Kinematics and Equations Subtopic: Types 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.
- Why vectors cannot be described by only magnitude?
- What is scientific notation?
- What is difference between mass and weight?
- On what factors force of friction depends?
- Why recoil of gun is much smaller than velocity?
- Why does force of friction oppose motion?
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