When a body moves from its position to another position then it is known as motion. There are many types of motion and these are following. Liner Motion: When a body moves straight from its position. It is known as liner motion. Circular Motion: When a body moves in a circle from it position it is known as circular motion.
Vibratory Motion: When a body moves from its mean position to another position it is known as vibratory motion. TRO and FRO Motion: When a body moves from its mean position to both sides of mean position. Translator motion: When a body moves in circular but in its fixed placed it is known as translator motion.
Distance and Displacement: the distance covered by a body is known as distance. The shortest distance covered by a body is known as displacement. For example A body is on position A it can go to point B by passing through the point C and D but D is the shortest distance and C is longest distance if it go through the C then we can say that it is displacement.
Velocity: the velocity may b initial velocity or final velocity. The starting velocity is the initial velocity. The final velocity is the velocity after covering a distance. Acceleration: The acceleration is the product of mass and force exerted by a body.