What is motion?
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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The objects in motion are the ball and the bat. The ball has no guarantee of going in a straight line because it depends on the pitch and the wind and the bat goes from side to side when the player swings it to hit the ball.
the earth has two motions ' first the orbital motion (translator y motion) and second is the spinning motion (rotatory motion).
After counsel objects to an evidence code violation, counsel may ask the court to strike the answer given from the trial transcript.
Almost every equation used in calculating projectile motion can be derived from the following... D y = V o t + (1/2)at 2 Where D y is equal to your initial velocity, t is the amount of time it takes to go from the beginning to the end of the projectile's path, and a being the rate of acce…leration. Please note that this only calculates its path on one dimension, and if it is moving in two directions you will have to perform additional calculations (if there is a direction in which it does not accelerate, D = V o t). (MORE)
You can show the motion of an object on a line graph in which you plot distance versus time.
http://wideo.co is an excellent free tool to create motiongraphics. You can upload your videos to youtube
Rotation that is opposite to the common rotation of most objects inthe solar system. Most of the planets rotate counter-clockwise, while Venus andUranus rotate in a retrograde motion - clockwise. moving backward motion
Retrograde motion, as opposed to prograde motion, is moving clockwise while almost all the other planets and moon move counter-clockwise.
A 17b-Motion is a petition to the court to reduce an offense from a Felony to a Misdemeanor, pursuant to Penal Code Section 17 (b).. Section 17 (b) of the California Penal Code states:. 17 . (b) When a crime is punishable, in the discretion of the court, by imprisonment in the state prison or by… fine or imprisonment in the county jail, it is a misdemeanor for all purposes under the following circumstances: (MORE)
There are many people who decided to give a motion during ameeting. Many people have something they'd like to say.
Brownian motion is defined as the continuous and random motion ofthe particles suspended in a liquid or in a gas. It is caused bythe collision of these particles with each other and with themolecules of the surrounding medium due to their random movementwith varying velocities. It was discovered by …Robert Brown in theyear 1927. He observed that pollen grains when placed in water arenot at rest but move continuously in a zigzag manner. He termedthis motion as Brownian motion. (MORE)
It is a motion for a hearing to suppress a witness' identification of during a line up or show up.
Retrograde motion is in the direction opposite to the movement of something else, and is the contrary of direct or prograde motion. The term is often used when discussing the APARENT motion of the outer planets against the background of the fixed stars. The planets outside the orbit of the Ear…th appear to move backwards along their orbital paths as our planet (Earth) overtakes them each year. They do not actually start orbiting backwards, it is a line of sight effect caused by OUR shifiting viewpoint. Apparent motion is motion as it is viewed compared to something else. For instance, the Earth rotates counterclockwise when viewed from above the North Pole. If you view Earth from above the South Pole the apparent motion is clockwise. (MORE)
When an unbalanced force act on a stationary body, it undergoes an acceleration in velocity and thus motion is produced \n
For example, should the Government of Canada lose a budget vote (which would be an expression of non-confidence in the Government), the Government may propose a motion of confidence, which if passed would override the effect of the lost budget vote. (It would not revive the bill, but would prevent t…he defeat of the Government.) Motions of confidence always override motions of non-confidence. . (MORE)
An object in motion stays in motion because it requires a force to change the motion. No force, no change.
Motions can absolutely override other motions. For example, should the Government of Canada lose a budget vote (which would be an expression of non-confidence in the Government), the Government may propose a motion of confidence, which if passed would override the effect of the lost budget vote. (I…t would not revive the bill, but would prevent the defeat of the Government.) Motions of confidence always override motions of non-confidence. (MORE)
Planetary motion almost fits into the category of Uniform Circular Motion. Uniform Circular Motion is an object moving around a circle of constant radius at a constant speed. The planets fill all of these requirements except for the fact that their orbits are slightly elliptical. Their orbital paths… are almost perfect circles, but they are so close that for Uniform Circular Motion problems, it is not likely that considering the orbits to be circular will produce an incorrect answer. (MORE)
because everything around has motion because the word motion comes from the word movement when we move its motion but we do not see motion so therefore motion is a force just like gravity because gravity is what pulls every object to the ground. when we push or pull it is force and that is motion pu…lling or moving an object is motion. (MORE)
the flow of liquid throw a pipe line is said to be stream line if at any given point , the velocity of the particles is constant.
the motion in any specific direction following any path in the action of force is called balanced motion . Where as the motion in an y direction due to the force is called unbalance motion motion.
No, a force is not a motion. A force may produce motion of a mass.
Deciding if an object is moving isn't as easy as it sounds. We can only discern relative motion and we have to use reference points. (A reference point is an object that is not moving that you compare to the other object.) An object is in motion when it's distance from the reference point is chang…ing. For example, you could say that you and this computer are not moving. Other than your eyes blinking, chest pumping up and down, and you clicking on the mouse, you and this computer are not in motion. Since the distance between you and the computer is not changing, you can conclude that neither you or the computer are moving. (MORE)
Particles in motion will generally have kinetic energy, ormomentum. Cumulative effects of motions of groups of particles(Brownian motion) is perceived as heat. According to the duality ofmatter (wave-particle), a moving particle can also be said to havea wavelength (De Broglie wavelength) associated… with its mass andmomentum. (MORE)
There are many but these are the most common 1. The act or process of changing position or place. 2. A meaningful or expressive change in the position of the body or a part of the body; a gesture :)
Newtons 3 laws: 1.Everything remains at a constant velocity and direction unless another force acts on it. 2. Force = Mass x Acceleration. 3.For every force there is an equal and opposite reaction.
A motion moved by any member of National Assembly proposing a cut in the proposed budget for a particular Ministry/Division/ Department of the Federal Government is termed as Cut Motion.
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Speed is the rate of motion.That also can have friction in it.From newtons three laws of motion
The word you are asking about is a commercial software application which works on virtual computers. Apparently it is used to run video on some computers
Nope, can't agree with that. "Constant motion" means constant speed in a straight line. A projectile keeps moving faster vertically downward, and its path curves downward no matter what direction you launch it. So it fails both tests for constant motion: Its speed and direction both change…. (MORE)
An example would be a ball rolling down a hill. The ball rolling down would show motion.
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"Acceleration" means a change in velocity. And "velocity" is a vector - meaning that not only the magnitude, but also the direction is relevant. So, if the direction of the movement changes, the velocity changes by definition, even if the MAGNITUDE of the velocity (also known as "speed") doesn't cha…nge. (MORE)
Motion transformation in mechanics means the conversation one type of motion into another, for example. translation motion into rotation.
When an object changes its position with respect to time, then the body is said ti be in 'motion'. When the body is at rest, it is state of 'no motion'.
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 eligible 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. (MORE)
No. Neglecting air resistance, the projectile follows a parabola. The horizontal distance is proportional to 'time', and the vertical distance is proportional to 'time squared'. This is exactly the description of a parabola.
Inertia of motion is the resistance mass has to motion. It also is the resistance in change in momentum. Momentum includes two things: velocity and direction. When an object changes its velocity, the momentum of the object resists the change. Also, when an object does change its velocity, its moment…um is directly changed. In general, the inertia of motion is matter's unwillingness to change velocity or momentum. (MORE)
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'
force is a push or pull upon an object interaction with another object motion is a chang of location or position Of an object with respect to time
Making stop motion animation films is very easy to do, but the more time and effort you put in, the better the results will be. . Ingredients: . A camera or webcam (a good zoom and high quality is best) . GOOD LIGHTING! If your film isn't well lit, the finished product will be rubbish. A nice …bright desk lamp would be fine, and make sure flash is turned off on your camera, otherwise every frame will be lit slightly differently. . A tripod. It just needs to be as high as whatever surface your'e shooting on. . Some sort of subject. Anything will do - try Lego, plasticine models or even yourself! . A Mac or PC. . Method: . Get your lighting set up and put your tripod up. . Turn on your camera or webcam and place your subject(s) or character(s) in the starting position. . Take one photo. Move the subject(s) slightly. e.g. if it was waving, it would raise a hand a little bit. Repeat. . Continue doing this until you're done taking photos. . Now load your images onto your computer. There are many pieces of software for Mac, and PC. If you are using a Mac I would recommend Smoovie from the Mac app store. Its not free but it is quite cheap compared to others and is very intuitive to use. However, you could use iMovie for Mac, or Windows Movie Maker for PC if you like. . Once you have finished editing using your chosen piece of software, you can now export to DVD, YouTube or elsewhere! Admire your handiwork. That wasn't too hard, was it? . Tips and Tricks . For pixilation (stop motion films of humans) I would highly recommend using a webcam, otherwise the process becomes very tedious! . Remember, you will have to put some time into it, but don't lose your patience, it is a rewarding hobby . A YouTube user called Mamshmam who made an excellent flying tutorial. Go check it out! . Please take a look at my own YouTube videos. Search for Hexlizify - please leave some comments, I'm wanting to improve! (MORE)
All motion is relative. The question "is this object moving?" is in fact meaningless unless we specify "moving relative to what other object". Similarly, there is no such thing as "absolute rest": it's just as true to say that the road is moving at 50 km/h relative to your car as it is to say that y…our car is moving at 50 km/h relative to the road. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_relative_motion#ixzz17fQqLx5F (MORE)
There is motion in spacetime. Everything that moves through space automatically moves through spacetime. However consider the comment in the discussion section; yes, it might be said that there is no motion in space time IF you no longer define motion as movement in space per unit time. In that w…ay everything just is, and nothing moves. (MORE)
Energy . If you do not already know, Energy Cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed from one form to another, as is shown in E=mc 2 . Perpetual motion is impossible because all the kinetic energy required to move the object will be changed into another type of energy, such as heat or …sound. Perpetual motion . Think of a spinning top on a table. When you spin it, it turns round and round (obviously :p) and eventually stops, but why? Lets think of all the factors in play. There's air resistance, which slows down the top. There's friction between the table and the top, and of course there's gravity acting all the time on the top. All of these factors combined make it impossible for the top to continue spinning forever. This is why perpetual motion is impossible. (MORE)
motion is always measured in meters > uniform - constant - unchanging constant speed (SI units - metres per second)
Horizontal motion is motion that moves back and forth and vertical motion moves up and down.
Retrograde motion is called an apparent motion because it is theopposite direction to the movement of something.
That depends. If no forces act on the object, it will. If forces do act on the objects, such forces may change the object's velocity.
Motion is a body's change of position in space with regard to timecaused by a force or a transfer of energy. When a body is in motionit is performing work since there is a transfer of energy or theexertion of force. Space provides the arena for the motion and timemeasures the motion itself. No motio…n can happen unless a forceacts upon the body. Otherwise the body will remain at rest or if itis in motion continue moving with uniform velocity. In short, if a body is relatively displaced to an observer, then itis said to be in motion. (MORE)