The rate at which an object covers distance is called the object's "speed".
If the direction of its motion is also stated, then you have the object's
the answer is rate
It is the object's velocity.
a ball that moves when kicked
That describes "conduction," rather than convection and radiation.
The velocity increases at a constant rate.
The maximum speed of any object is hardly equal to speed of light which is 3*10^8 approximately.
Speed is the rate at which an object moves. To determine the rate at which that object moves, we'll have to look at a given distance that it covered when it moved, and at the time it took to cover that distance. The distance per unit of time is the speed of the object.
NO it moves from a warm object to a cool object
The mass describes the amount of an object. :)
It moves with a constant acceleration downwards. This means that its velocity is increasing at a constant rate.
It will decrease if the object moves upward; decrease if the object moves downward.
Oscillating motion describes anything that repeatedly moves back and forth. A pendulum is a good example of an oscillating object.
A position vector describes the position of an object.
Movement Occurs When an Object moves Relative to a Stationary Object
Classically speaking, heat always moves from a hot object to a colder object.
The rate at which something moves is known as speed or velocity.