# How the graphs of uniform and non uniform motion are represented?

## How the graphs of uniform and non uniform motion are represented?

The distance time graph for a non-uniform motion is a curved line (parabola). If a body moves with a non-uniform speed then its motion is said to be accelerated. It also represents distance time graph with accelerated motion.

## What is graphical representation of motion?

Ans: The representation of the motion of a body moving along a straight line pictorially by a graph is called the graphical representation of linear motion. For example, the displacement-time graph of a car moving along a straight road with a uniform velocity is a straight line that is not parallel to the time axis.

**What type of graph is formed for uniform motion *?**

Distance-Time Graph for Uniform Motion As in uniform motion, the distance time graph would be a straight line, because the equal distance is covered in equal units of time.

**What is the graph of uniformly accelerated motion?**

The velocity-time graph of a uniformly accelerated motion is a straight line graph inclining towards the time axis. If the object has positive constant acceleration, the graph slopes upward. In case the object has negative constant acceleration, the velocity-time graph will slope downward.

### How many types of uniform motion are there?

we say that a car is moving or car is in motion. Motion can be of two types i.e. uniform motion and non-uniform motion.

### What is the importance of graphical representation of motion?

Graphical representation of motion is useful to study the nature of motion of bodies. In this type of representation, time is plotted along X-axis while distance or velocity is plotted along Y-axis. Graphs give more detailed information about the nature of motion than when motion is expressed in a tabular form.

**What is difference between uniform and nonuniform motion?**

Uniform motion covers equal distance at an equal time interval. Non-uniform motion covers unequal distance at equal time interval. In uniform motion, the distance to time graph shows a straight line. In non-uniform motion, the distance to time graph shows a curved line.

**What are the 3 laws of uniformly accelerated motion?**

In case of uniform acceleration, there are three equations of motion which are also known as the laws of constant acceleration. Hence, these equations are used to derive the components like displacement(s), velocity (initial and final), time(t) and acceleration(a). The three equations are, v = u + at.

#### What is accelerated motion?

A point or an object moving in a straight line is accelerated if it speeds up or slows down. Motion on a circle is accelerated even if the speed is constant, because the direction is continually changing. Because acceleration has both a magnitude and a direction, it is a vector quantity.

#### Which is the best definition of uniform motion?

Because as the definition goes, uniform motion is when an object covers the equal amount of distance at equal intervals of time. Hence the straight line. While the graph of a non-uniform motion is a curved graph.

**Which is true of a non uniform motion graph?**

While the graph of a non-uniform motion is a curved graph. A velocity-time graph is also a straight line. Here the time is on the x-axis while the velocity is on the y-axis. The product of time and velocity gives the displacement of an object moving at a uniform speed.

**Why do we need a graphical representation of motion?**

Graphical Representation makes it simpler for us to understand data. When analyzing motion, graphs representing values of various parameters of motion make it simpler to solve problems. Let us understand the concept of motion and the other entities related to it using the graphical method.

## What does a straight line graph tell us about motion?

Straight line graph between distance and time tells us that body is moving with uniform speed. Slope of distance time graph indicates speed. The distance time graph for a non-uniform motion is a curved line (parabola).