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Q: What is one dimensional motion?

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zero-dimensional examples: Endpoints of edges (vertices and corners) Zero-dimensional figures lie in two-dimensional planes. one-dimensional examples: Edges of figures (sides and arcs) One-dimensional figures lie in two-dimensional planes.

two-dimensionalOn a+ the answer is three-dimensional

Lines are one-dimensional objects but they can be in 2-dimensional - or even 20-dimensional) space.

One dimensional is (probably) a line.Two dimensional is a flat plain figure, showing length x width.Three dimensional is a cubic shape, showing length x width x depth.

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One-dimensional motion is motion in a straight line.

A motion along straight line is called rectilinear motion. In general, it need not be one - dimensional; it can take place in a two dimensional plane or in three dimensional space. But, it is always possible that rectilinear motion be treated as one dimensional motion, by suitably orienting axes of the coordinate system.

2 dimensional motion

Simple harmonic motion (SHM) is in one dimension whereas oscillatory motion is 2-dimensional motion that is SHM in one dimension but linear in another.Simple harmonic motion (SHM) is in one dimension whereas oscillatory motion is 2-dimensional motion that is SHM in one dimension but linear in another.Simple harmonic motion (SHM) is in one dimension whereas oscillatory motion is 2-dimensional motion that is SHM in one dimension but linear in another.Simple harmonic motion (SHM) is in one dimension whereas oscillatory motion is 2-dimensional motion that is SHM in one dimension but linear in another.

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Two vectors that lie along the same line

It helps to think of dimensions as directions of movement. One-dimensional motion, therefore, is motion in a single direction - in other words, just a straight line.

One dimension has only one axis of possibilities. Motion in one dimension is motion on straight line. Two dimensions is motion on a plane. Two axes meet at right angles and extend in both directions. A point can be located anywhere that can be described as two points in this plane.

Basically yes, a staight line has one dimension ie., length. A plane has 2 dimensions, width and length. A cube is an example of a 3 dimensional object, it has width, length and depth.

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