Asked by pritam | 3rd Nov, 2009, 01:13: PM
1/ Distance time can represent uniform, non-uniform motion.
2/ Yes they are different. Consider a time interval of 10 sec, in which a particle moves along a semicircle of radius R. Then for the same time interval the distance is πR while the displacement is 2R.
3/ The x - axis represents time and a line perpendicular to it denotes many different distances at the same time. It can have only one position.
Answered by | 3rd Nov, 2009, 05:41: PM
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