# Mechanics

## Difference between fundamental units and derived units

Dear Friends, Today we will discuss the difference between fundamental and derived units and quantities.  Have you picked a school bag? Of course, must have.

## What is Physics and its applications

Dear Friends, the beautiful term Physics is originated from Greek word “Fusis” means “Nature”. Thus physics is study of Nature and various natural phenomenon. Let

## Difference between displacement and angular displacement

We have already discussed the difference between distance and displacement. Let us today discuss the difference between displacement and angular displacement. We will also discuss

## Object having zero velocity but still accelerating

We all know that acceleration is rate of change of velocity. Thus according to this definition, if the velocity of the object is zero or

## Relation between initial velocity, final velocity and acceleration

Let us derive the relation between the initial velocity, final velocity and acceleration. Suppose a body has an initial velocity u and is moving with

## Acceleration, average Acceleration, uniform Acceleration, variable Acceleration, instantaneous Acceleration

Acceleration: The state of change of velocity of a body with time is known as its acceleration. If the velocity of a body increases with

## Velocity, average velocity, uniform velocity, variable velocity, instantaneous velocity

Let us discuss the definitions of velocity, uniform velocity, average velocity, variable velocity and instantaneous velocity Velocity: The time rate of change of position of

## Speed, Uniform speed, Variable speed, average speed, Instantaneous speed

Hello Friends, you must have heard about the term speed. For example, you are traveling in a car and there is an instrument known as

## Distance and Displacement Difference

You must have heard the terms distance and displacement. Let us discuss the difference between the two. We will also discuss the characteristics of displacement.

## Examples of motion in one, two and three dimensions

To find the examples of motion in one, two and three dimensions, let us first understand the motion in one, two and three dimensions: 1.

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