what is translational motion?please explain.
Asked by | 30th Nov, 2012, 08:20: PM
Translational motion refers to a type of motion in which a body or object moves along a linear axis rather than a rotational axis. In physics, this term is used when referring to motion that changes the position of an object without rotation, which often plays a key part in molecular behavior. Translational motion is also referred to as linear motion.
Answered by | 3rd Dec, 2012, 09:47: PM
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