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If an object is in motion it has a Velocity, which is speed and direction.

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Motion is related to a change in position of an object with respect to time. Motion is typically described in terms of velocity


Speed is a scalar, motion (or velocity) is a vector.


Velocity is the derivative of position.Velocity is the derivative of position.Velocity is the derivative of position.Velocity is the derivative of position.


Velocity is a change in an object's motion OR direction of motion.


-- both are related to measurements of motion of objects -- acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes


constant velocity of motion is called uniform motion.


Linear motion is a motion in a straight line but velocity can travel in any direction the equation for linear motion is and velocity is the rate of change of positions


Hmmm. I don't think velocity is a force at all. Velocity is a vector that describes the speed and the direction of an object. It is the inertia of a mass that is related to resistance to motion. In fact, the amount of energy it takes to change an object's velocity is an indirect measure of the object's mass.


- Uniform Linear motion: with constant velocity. - Non Uniform Linear motion: with variable velocity.


Velocity addition is used when motion involves vectors.


If constant motion means constant velocity then, total distance / total time = avg velocity => avg speed constant velocity => avg velocity = velocity


Velocity is a speed and a direction of motion.


The energy related with motion is called kinetic energy. It is calculated by the formula KE = (1/2) mass x velocity squared.


they all have to do with momentum and velocity and the motion of everything. Newton's laws are basically all related to movement of all objects.


Velocity is a measure of the change in location (or motion) per unit f time.


in uniform motion velocity not changes with time but in non uniform motion velocity changes with time.


Average velocity equals the average speed if (and only if) the motion is in the same direction. If not, the average speed, being the average of the absolute value of the velocity, will be larger.


they are all have to do with objects in motion...speed is the rate of motion at any given time; velocity is the speed of something in a given direction; acceleration is going faster, slower, or changing directions


Any change in motion (direction or speed) is a change in velocity.Velocity is a vector quantity which means that it has a magnitude and a direction.


Acceleration is changing velocity. Zero velocity means no motion. Zero acceleration means constant, unchanging motion.


Position-Time GraphYou can graph motion on a position vs time graph. On a position vs time graph, position is on the y-axis and time is on the x-axis. If the velocity is constant, the graph will be a straight line and the slope is average velocity. If the motion is accelerating, the graph will be a curved line.Velocity-Time GraphYou can also graph motion on a Velocity-Time graph. On a velocity vs time graph, velocity is on the y-axis, time is on the x-axis. If the graph is a straight line, velocity is constant and the slope is average acceleration. Also, on a velocity vs time graph, the area under the line is displacement.Refer to the related link for illustrations of the different graphs of motion and their meanings.


Yes, kinetic energy is directly related to the velocity of an object by the formula. KE=1/2mv2 where m is mass and v is velocity


Not directly. But as the term 'law of MOTION', it involves velocity and its principles one way or another


The magnitude of its Velocity (Speed), and its Direction. These are the components of the Arrow (Vector) that represents its MOTION.


A change in velocity basically IS a change in motion.



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