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## Average velocity formula

In this article learn about the average velocity formula. Now if you are interested in learning the concept of average speed and average velocity for class 11 physics and competitive exams like NEET, JEE Mains and JEE Advanced do follow the link given below. Link:- average velocity and average speed Average velocity definition Average velocity …

## What is Position Time Graph?

This article is about the position-time graph. Before going further into details of the topic let us first understand how to draw these graphs. To draw graphs in x-y- plane The Independent variable is always taken on the x-axis. We plot the dependent variable on the y-axis. The dependent variable is dependent on the independent …

## What is translational motion?

Translational Motion Definition, Types of translational motion and examples Motion in physics is defined as a change in position of an object with the passage of time. Translational motion definition Translational motion is the motion in which all points of a moving body move uniformly in the same line or direction. If an object is …

## Motion in a straight line formulas

On this page find all the formulas you need to remember for motion in a straight line. These are the important formulas if you are in class 11 or preparing for NEET, JEE-Mains or JEE-Advanced.I will attach a downloadable PDF file of this article so that you can print it out for your preparation and …

## Motion In a Straight Line class 11 Notes

In this article, you will get revision notes for topic motion in a straight line class 11 notes for physics NCERT book chapter 3. It is important to note here that motion in a straight line is nothing but motion in one dimension. Such a type of motion is also called linear motion or rectilinear …

## Ohm’s Law Verification

We already know the statement of Ohm’s Law which is

“If the physical state of the conductor (Temperature and mechanical strain etc.) remains unchanged, then current flowing through a conductor is always directly proportional to the potential difference across the two ends of the conductor”

## x and y components of a vector

This article will teach you how to find the x and y components of a vector. We already know what vectors and scalars are and how important they are when we study physics. Finding vector components is the opposite of vector addition, where we find vector addition of two or more vectors. Here, a vector …