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# What is the rate of change of motion?

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The rate of change of motion is known as acceleration. Acceleration is the change in velocity over change in time. Velocity is the rate of change of position, or change in position over change in time.

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The rate of change of motion is called jerk, jolt, surge, or lurch. The rate of change is derivative of motion with respect to time, velocity, and/or position.

no motion is the movement itself, the change in position of an object with respect to time. rate of change of speed is acceleration. change in speed is just change in speed.

Velocity, which is different than speed in that it has a directional component to it.

The definition of rate of rate of change of velocity is Velocity is the rate of change of the position of an object, equivalent to a specification of its speed and direction of motion, e.g. 60 km/h to the north. Velocity is an important concept in kinematics, the branch of classical mechanics which describes the motion of bodies.

rate of change of a body in motion with respect to time.

Almost. speed is (the rate of) the change in position.

The change in an objects position is called motion. The rate of change is the speed.

If we replace "motion" with a similar term called "velocity", both are rates of change:* Velocity is the rate of change of position (the derivative of the position, with respect to time). * Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity (that makes it the second derivative of the position, with respect to time).

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

changing. only under specific requirements would the motion be constant.

Increased in temperature will mean increased in kenertic energy and thereby and increased in the rate of collision between molecules and hence increase in motion

the rate of motion is distance over time

quickness of motion;swiftness;rate of change of position;in relationto time;speed.

A line. For a line continues in a straight path at a constant rate of change.

The rate of motion is Speed. (V=distance divided by time).

Instantaneous velocity is the rate of change of displacement at a particular time in the course of motion. Speed is the overall rate of change of distance for an entire journey calculated by dividing total distance travelled by total time spent during the motion.

Short answer: yes. An object in "motion" has a "speed" simply by virtue of its being in motion. An object possessing a speed is inherently in motion. In this sense they have similar meanings. Speed is a rate of change in position. Motion is a change in position (in progress). In this sense, speed is more specific than motion in that speed has a quantitative value. Conversely, there can be no "speed" without "motion". To be complete, "velocity" is even more specific than speed in that it contains a rate of change in position together with a direction. That is, speed is a "scalar" quantity, and "velocity" is a vector quantity.

If you are staying in the same position and not moving, then your rate of motion is zero.

Zero rate of change of velocity. Straight-line motion at a constant speed.

It is a characteristic of the motion of a body in which the rate of change of velocity - with respect to time - has a constant value.

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