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- 1. mstfdemirdag.com
- 2. An object is in motion if its place changes with respect to a fixed point which we call the reference point.
- 3. The distance of an object to a reference point in a stated direction gives the position of the object. Position is a vector quantity which has both direction and magnitude.
- 4. The change in position of an object is called displacement.
- 5. Distance traveled in unit time is called speed.
- 6. Average speed is calculated by dividing the total distance traveled by the total time taken.
- 7. When we talk about speed and direction, we use the term velocity.
- 8. If an object moves with constant speed its motion is called uniform motion.
- 9. Speeding Up: If an object covers more distance than pervious second its motion is called speeding up. Slowing Down: If an object covers less distance than pervious second its motion is called slowing down.

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