No, it is not a conjunction. It is a verb for a type of motion, involving climbing or crawling.
a force acting on an object at rest causese it to move
One possibility is motion, at a uniform speed, in a circle.
In problems of motion, especially involving constant acceleration, a quadratic equation will from the formulas of motion to solve for time, usually. This is just one example.
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Uniform circular motion in which centripetal acceleration causes only change in direction
Because sound is the movement/vibration of air, which is mechanical motion, involving mechanical energy.
To find 30 examples, or more, of problems involving motion, go to WikiAnswers.com, then Browse Categories / Science / Physics. Once there, you can either skim all of the questions listed in Physics and select the motion problems that most interest you, or you can open the sub-category under Physics titled "Mechanics", and scan the questions there. You're sure to find enough motion problems to keep you mystified and intrigued for hours on end.
Hand overuse syndrome is a repetitive motion injury involving the hand. The ICD-9 code for hand overuse syndrome is 729.90.
Measures of motion (displacement, velocity, acceleration) and forces are all vectors so any study involving these would require vector calculus.
Vector systems are a branch of mathematics that is used to manipulate measurements that have a value as well as a direction. Common examples are velocity, acceleration, force, etc - measurements involving motion. However, some motion-related measurements are not vectors. Distance, speed are not.