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Types of Motion
(i)    Random Motion : Motion having no specific path
    Example : Motion of butterfly, Motion of kite.

(ii)    Translational  Motion : Motion in which all particles of a moving body describes identical trajectory. 
    
(a)    Rectilinear Motion : When a body moves in straight line, it is known as rectilinear motion. It is also called linear motion. 
Example : The motion of a moving car, a person running, a stone being dropped, motion of a train on a straight track

(b)    Curvilinear Motion : When a body moves in a curve path, it is known as curvilinear motion.
        Example :  Car moving on a curved road.

(c)    Circular Motion : When a body moves in a circular path, its motion is known as circular motion. In circular motion, the object remains at the same distance from a fixed point.
Example : Motion of the tip of the clock’s arm, motion of the earth around the sun, motion of blades of fan.

(iii)    Rotational Motion : Motion in which a whole body move about an axis is called a rotational motion.
Example : Motion of top, Rotation of earth  

(iv)    Periodic Motion : Motion in which an object repeats its motion after a fixed interval of time is called periodic motion.
Examples : 
(ii) Motion of a swing.    

(a) Oscillatory Motion : The to and fro periodic motion of a body about a fixed point is called oscillatory motion.
Example : The motion of a simple pendulum, a body suspended from a spring (also called to and fro motion).

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  Moving things around us

  • When we look around, we find that some objects are at rest and some are moving or in motion.
  • The motion of all the objects are not of the same type.
  • Some objects may have more than one type of motion at the same time.

Motion: It is a state of objects in which they are moving, that is, they are changing their place with the changing time.

  • Curved lengths cannot be measured using metre scales.
  • A string or a thread can be used to measure curved lines by creating a knot at one end and keeping that at the beginning, one can trace the curved line.
  • Then this length can be stretched out and measured with the help of a metre scale.
  • A measuring tape can be used to find the lengths of curved objects. E.g. girth of a tree trunk, or length of a snake.
  • Rest: All the stationary objects which are not in motion, that is, do not change their place with time are said to be at rest.
  • Objects which are moving around us are said to be in motion whereas the objects which are not moving are said to be at rest.
  • Any change in position with time can be termed as motion.
  • A motion can be termed slow or fast based on the distance it covers in a specific amount of time. More distance covered means the motion is fast and vice versa.
  • Motion can be the complete object or the parts within it.
  • Objects like trains, hands of a clock, ants are moving objects whereas houses, trees, wall clocks or non-moving or stationary objects.
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