## How to find position in physics?

What is position in physics? In this tutorial, we will learn about the position in physics and how to find the position of a particle or object in physics. The concept of position in science or physics is a starting…

## Rest and Motion in Physics

Concept of rest and motion The concept of rest and motion is one of the basic concepts of physics and are introduced while studying kinematics. In simple terms, if an object is changing its position then it is in motion and…

## How to find displacement on a position time graph

In this article, we will learn how to find displacement on a position-time graph. A position-time graph is a graph where the instantaneous position $$x$$ of a particle is plotted on the y-axis and the time $$t$$ on the x-axis. The position-time…

## How to find velocity from force and distance?

Can I find the velocity of a moving car if I have the information about mass, acceleration, and distance through which the car travel?In this article, we will look at how to find velocity from force and distance. If we…

## Force due to interaction with examples

Force due to interaction means the force is applied by an interaction between objects. This interaction between objects may be physical or non-physical. In this article learn about force due to interaction with the help of examples. Force is applied…

## Force Push and Pull : Definition and Examples

You can find forces everywhere. We use force to do things like lifting things up, opening and closing doors, hammering a nail, etc. Looking around yourself you can find numerous other examples where force is used to perform different tasks.…

## Pressure and its applications in daily life

This article is about pressure and its applications in daily life. Pressure has numerous applications on our daily life. There are various activities we do or perform in our daily life without realizing that pressure has something to do with…

## Types of non contact forces

What are Non-Contact Forces? Non-contact forces are the forces that act on bodies that are not in contact.Types of non-contact forces are1. Gravitational force2. Magnetic force3. Electrostatic force Let us now discuss each of the above-mentioned types of non-contact forces…