Types of Motion in Physics for Class 10

Types of Motion in Physics

 

TYPES OF MOTION

There are three types of motion:

 

  1. Linear or Translatory Motion
  2. Rotatory Motion
  3. Vibratory Motion

 

Linear Motion:

Movement with constant acceleration is known as linear motion.

 

Example:

A bus is moving on the road, a person is running on The ground.

 

Rotatory Motion:

If a body spins or rotates from the fixed point, so the body is to be in Rotatory motion.

 

Example:

The blades of a moving fan, The wheel of a moving car.

 

Vibratory Motion:

To and fro motion about the mean point so the body is to be in Vibratory motion.

 

Example:

Motion of a spring.

 

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