Rest and Motion | Definition – Motion in a Straight Line
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Rest and Motion are Relative Terms
If an object does not change its position with respect to its surroundings with time, then it is called at rest.
Rest and motion are relative states. It means an object which is at rest in one frame of reference can be in motion in another frame of reference at the same time.
An object can be considered as a point object, if the distance travelled by it is very large in comparison to its dimensions.
Motion in a Straight Line Topics:
|Motion in Physics||Rest and Motion|
|Frames of Reference||Distance and Displacement|
|Measurement of Speed||Velocity|
|Acceleration||Uniform Motion and Non-Uniform Motion|
|Graphs of Motion||Uniformly Accelerated Motion|
|Motion Under Gravity|