What is zero uniform velocity motion?

Answer:

With respect to time, we may describe motion as the change of an object’s location. Water flowing from the tap, a book falling off a table, rattling windows, etc all show motion. The motion is mainly explained in terms of displacement, distance, time and speed.

Examples of motion

Few examples of motions are

  • An instance of motion is the flow of air in and out of our lungs.
  • There is motion in the cars moving passengers from the pick-up point to the destination.

Zero uniform velocity motion

Zero uniform velocity motion implies uniform velocity with zero acceleration. It’s the object being at rest with respect to you since you are the one who sees it with zero velocity.

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