Motion Class 9 Telugu Science

In Class 9 Science Chapter 8 Motion is designed with an intention of clarifying doubts and concepts easily. Class 9 solutions in science are beneficial for reference and guiding solutions that help the students to clear doubts instantly, in an effective way.

Motion: Any of the movements are objects from one position to the other position with respect to the observer is called Motion.

Motion Along with the Straight Line: Along with a straight line when an object moves, the motion of the object is known as rectilinear motion. For example; motion of a car on the highway.

Vectors and Scalar Quantities

  • which is having both magnitude and direction is a vector quantity. For example, Force, position, etc.
  • Scalar is a quantity not associated. For example, Mass, temperature, time, etc.


  • The length of path is covered by a moving object at a particular time irrespective of the direction is called distance.
  • It is a scalar quantity.
  • Its SI unit is the metre(m).


  • It is the shortest distance measured from the initial to a final position of an object is known as displacement
  • It is a vector quantity.

Uniform Motion

It is said to be in uniform motion because when the object covers equal distances in equal intervals of time.

Non-Uniform Motion

Non-uniform motion is known as object covers unequal distances in equal intervals of time,

Speed (s)

  • Here the distance traveled the object in unit time is referred to as speed.
  • It is represented as the: Acceleration = Final velocity-initial velocity / Time

    Or a=v-u/t

  • Its SI unit is metre/ second (m/s).
  • It is a scalar quantity.

Velocity (v)

  • The velocity is known as the speed of an object in a particular direction, i.e., it is the displacement of the body in unit time.
  • It is represented as – +

Acceleration (a)

  • The rate of change of velocity is termed as the acceleration.
  • It is represented as:
  • Acceleration

  • The SI unit is metre/ second2(m/s2). And It is a vector quantity.
    The acceleration is taken to be positive in the direction of velocity and negative when it is opposite to the direction of velocity.
  • Negative acceleration is also named as retardation or deceleration.
  • An object moving on a circular path through with uniform speed is always said to be accelerated as it changes its direction every moment.
  • Uniform acceleration: When the velocity of the body changes by equal amounts in equal time intervals, acceleration is said to be uniform. For example Motion of a freely falling ball.
  • Non – uniform acceleration: When the velocity of the body changes by unequal amounts in equal intervals if time, acceleration is said to be non – uniform. For example Motion of a car.

So we have learned the chapter motion with their explanation of this topic. And moreover you can learn more in your class about this topic.

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