NEET (NTA)-National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Medical) Physics Kinematics-Uniform and Non-Uniform Motion Revision (Page 1 of 1)

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Brief introduction of Uniform and Non – uniform motion

  • If the velocity of an object, during a course of motion in straight line, remains constant, than the object covers equal distance in equal interval of time. Therefore the object is said to be in uniform motion along straight line.

  • Example of uniform motion is given as, let a car moving with constant velocity , then during this constant velocity, the distance covered by the car in every one hour will be .

  • If the velocity of an object, during a course of motion in st

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The Position → time graphs of uniform and non – uniform motion

  • When position of an object is not changing with respect to time, the object is called stationary. Therefore position time graph of stationary object is given as,

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    Position vs Time Graphs of Stationary Object

    In figure position vs time graph of a stationary object is shown.

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