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Motion is change of location or position of an object with respect to time. Change in motion is the result of an applied force. Motion is typically described in terms of velocity also seen as speed, acceleration, displacement, and time. However, the motion of an object is only relative to the position of another object. Motion is a change in position of an object with respect to another object.
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Movement of a geometric figure that does not change the size or shape of that figure is known as motion geometry. trust me. this is right. I'm coolio. the rap artist.
energy caused by the movement of atoms Motion Energy is the total amount or required amount that is taken or used to cause an object's motion. i.e. A car going at 60mph …has a motion energy ate of 60mph etc. Basically it is a measure of the amount of enegy that is there.
Motion sickness is sickness induced by motion (as in travel by air, car, or ship) and characterized by nausea. \n. The vestibular apparatus located at our temporal bone or in…ner ear region is important for balance. It contains 3 semi-circular canals and 5 sense organs: \n \n. \n. Utricle. \n. \n. Saccule. \n. \n. 3 ampullae. \n. The semi-circular canals are important for detecting changes in position. As head and canals move, fluid in canals remains stationary due to inertia. The fluid enters ampullae and causes cilia on hair cells to bend, causing either depolarization or hyperpolarization. Then the vestibular nerves synapse with hair cells and relay position to brain stem and cerebellum. \n. The utricle and saccule are important for maintaining balance when stationary. They contain hair cells covered with cilia and dense statoconia crystals. Located in ampulla of semicircular canals. As head moves and weight of statoconia causes cilia to bend, hair cells become depolarized or hyperpolarized. Then the vestibular nerves synapse with hair cells and relay position to brain stem and cerebellum.
Motion capture is the process of simulating actual movement in a computer generated environment. A subject (such as a person) would wear a special suit that has special nod…es that send their location data to a computer. In this fashion, a person in a MoCap suit could walk across the room, and the data could be used to make a video game character do the same.
A motion for discovery is when a request is put in to the court toorder the opposing part to produce discovery materials. Dependingon whether the matter is a criminal or civil… case discoverymaterials vary.
In essence, all motion is relative to something. In genereal, motion is relative to the earth, but it depends on what context you are looking for.
Motion is related to a change in position of an object with respect to time. Motion is typically described in terms of velocity
Motion tweening is a way in which Adobe Flash enables users to create certain animations (other animation programs have this feature, too, although it may have a different nam…e). For example, you can create two frames: the first frame will contain a graphic or text in a certain position on the screen, while the second frame will contain that same graphic or text in a different position. Assuming the content of both frames is on the same layer, you can apply motion tween to them. The result will be the graphic or text moving from one position to the other. In another scenario, you may have different graphics or text in the two frames. When you apply motion tween to them, one will turn into the other. The speed and smoothness at which one image changes into the other as a result of a motion tween depends on how many frames are between them and how fast you set the animation to play (how many frames per second).
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A worksheet is a question sheet that you are given to work out the answers. A motion worksheet is a worksheet about kinematics. kinematics is basically motion
Motion transformation in mechanics means the conversation one type of motion into another, for example. translation motion into rotation.
In a meeting, when a motion is being considered, when the majority of the attendees vote for the motion, the motion is carried. ---------- when a majority of those eligib…le to vote on that motion, in many bodies any member who has checked in is considered eligible even if they are not present when the vote is taken. In some bodies the chair can use a voice vote and the chair makes a decision on the result. A member may ask for a roll call if they feel the chair made a wrong decision on the voice vote.
A motion film, or motion picture; is a series of 24 still photosper second, played in sequence, to create a photo that is in'motion' Also referred to as 'video'