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Synonyms for motion

Synonyms for motion

the act or process of moving

an expressive, meaningful bodily movement

to make bodily motions so as to convey an idea or complement speech

Synonyms for motion

a formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote


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an optical illusion of motion produced by viewing a rapid succession of still pictures of a moving object

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To explore Newton's laws of motion, students built stomp rockets from PVC pipe and 2-liter bottles.
And don't forget about Sir Isaac Newton's Laws of Motion.
a program that explains Sir Isaac Newton's laws of motion in an exciting and entertaining way.
Coverage includes ancient Greek atomic theory; Aristotle's systematic cosmology and the formal tendencies of matter; Galileo's heliocentric heresy and discovery of regular motion; Newton's laws of motion and his calculus for quantitatively describing change; celestial mechanics expressing the universality of Newton's laws; electricity and light; thermodynamics and the flow of time; and the relativity of space and time.
They happily rewrote Newton's laws of motion - for every action there is a completely unequal and totally disproportionate reaction.
Course topics include Newton's laws of motion, fluid mechanics and aerodynamics, model rocketry and much more.
Chapter I is "Force" including definition, description, scope, types of force, and Newton's laws of motion.
Newton's Laws of motion, for instance, stood unchallenged for well over three centuries until Einstein came up with the Theory of Relativity in 1905: Einstein said that mass of an object is not constant in contrast to what Newton believed; Einstein proved that it depends on the speed of the object in question at a given moment - and Newton's theory partially collapsed overnight, as Einstein proved to be correct.
Steven Kerno reports in his feature article this month, "Coached by Newton," that Marshall attributes his success to a method of pitching that runs counter to the traditional and is based on Newton's laws of motion.
For example, Newton's laws of motion and gravitation were correct in certain conditions but did not hold at high velocities or strong gravitational fields as per Einstein's theories of relativity.
Part I focuses on Newton's laws of motion and their application to the study of human movement.
Now nudge those dozing brain cells that once absorbed a 12th-grade lecture about Newton's Laws of Motion.
The activities focus on Sir Isaac Newton's laws of motion and how they apply to rockets.
Then, challenge each student to explain how Newton's laws of motion are involved in his or her selected sport.