1. Plug in "0, for the value of "t, to determine the object's initial position in relation to the origin on a set of "x" and "y" axes. For instance,
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 Uniform Linear motion: with constant velocity. Non Uniform Linear motion: with variable velocity.
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"Linear" means 'directly proportional; of or in or along or relating to a line' "Motion"
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Linear motion is motion of a particle along a straight line over a given period of time. In general, you are given a function in terms of "t" which tells you where on the
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