Meaning of Movement
What is a Movement:
Movement is a change of position or place of someone or something. It is also the state in which a body is while changing position. This word also means shaking or shaking of a body. It is also used to refer to other concepts such as "animation", "circulation" and traffic. "In a generic way it is used to refer to a set of changes that develop and extend during a certain time within an area of human activity like art or politics. In this sense it can be identified with the concept of "current." Movement can also mean a revolt, uprising or rebellion. In Statistics and financial transactions, it is a numerical change in a given period of time. In Music, a movement is each of the parts of a musical work. It comes from Latin i will move ("move", "shake", "shake", "stir").
Movement in Physics
In Physics, a movement is a change of position or place of a body in space. To determine the movement of a body it is necessary to establish the initial position with respect to some reference point. Kinematics is the branch of Physics that deals with the study of movement. In the study of the movement of a body, various factors such as force, trajectory, time, speed, acceleration and displacement are taken into account.
Rectilinear motion is the path of movement in a straight line of a body. There are different types of rectilinear motion depending on speed, acceleration, balance, and elongation. One can speak, for example, of uniform rectilinear motion, uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion and simple one-dimensional harmonic motion.
Uniform line movement
This type of movement occurs in a straight line and is characterized by occurring at a constant speed over time. Acceleration, therefore, is zero. It can be considered, for example, that in principle sunlight has a uniform rectilinear motion.