What type of force is gravitational force?

There are four fundamental forces in nature which we experience every day:- The strong force The weak force The gravitational force The electromagnetic force These four fundamental forces govern everything that happens in the universe. What is gravitational force? According…

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Effects of Friction in our daily life

Friction can be defined as a force that tends to resist things from moving over any surface with which it is in contact. This happens due to small irregularities that every surface possesses no matter how much it is smoothened.…

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Second Equation of motion by graphical Method

In this article, we will derive the second equation of motion by graphical method. Let us first explain the second equation of motion. It is the equation that relates the displacement of the object moving under constant acceleration. In this…

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First Equation of motion by graphical Method

In this article, we will derive the first equation of motion by graphical method. The formula for the first equation of motion The first equation of motion is given by the relation  \(v=u+at\)  Where  $v$= final velocity$u$= initial velocity$a$= acceleration$s$=…

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Third Equation of Motion by Graphical Method

Here in this article, we will derive the third equation of motion by graphical method. This equation relates initial and final velocity with acceleration and displacement. While solving problems you must remember that these equations can only be used when…

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How to find displacement on a velocity-time graph

Let us learn How to find displacement on a velocity-time graph. Finding displacement on a velocity-time graph is extremely easy. The area under a velocity-time graph gives the measurement of the displacement of the object under consideration. A velocity-time graph…

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How to find average velocity on a position time graph

Average velocity is defined as the displacement divided by the time during with the change in position of the particle takes place. Average velocity is a vector quantity and its SI unit is meter per second \((m/s)\). So,\[v_{avg}=\frac{\Delta \vec{x}}{\Delta t}=\frac{x_2-x_1}{t_2 -t_1}\]Consider…

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