MOTION IN A PLANE Formulae and Quick Revision for KCET

MOTION IN A PLANE Formulae and Quick Revision Notes

Motion in a Plane formulae
Motion in a Plane formulae
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Motion in a Plane formulae

How to use this notes effectively ?

These are the notes for the chapter Motion in A Plane . This notes basically consist of all the formulae list which are required for solving problems of competitive exams like KCET, NEET etc.

Also, students can use this notes for quick and last minute revision to give an extra edge to your preparations.

The only one suggestion to the students is that they do multiple revisions of this Motion in a Straight line formulae list.

Are this notes enough for the preparation ?

No, this notes are only meant for revision and quick recap . It is advised to practice ample amount of Numerical problems.

Which are the exams for which these notes can be helpful ?

Since it is mainly designed for KCET , it best for this exam . But, apart from this it can also be used to prepare NEET,JEE and other state competitive exams.

It can serve as Quick revision notes for all the competitive exams which include motion in straight line in the syllabus.

Are all the formulae of the chapter covered in this motion in a plane formulae list ?

We have tried our level best to include all the formulae. However , all the important note points are also covered specifically. Therefore , this can be a good resource for your quick revision.

Also, Some Important Definitions From Motion in a Plane

Scalars : Those Quantities in physics which have only magnitude but no direction are called as scalar quantities. example , Distance , Speed , Mass etc.

Vectors : Those Quantities in physics which have both magnitude as well as direction are called as Vector Quantities. example Displacement , Velocity, Force etc.

Parallelogram Law of Vector Addition

It states that “When two vectors are represented by two adjacent sides of a parallelogram both in magnitude and direction, then their resultant is given by the diagonal of the parallelogram”.

Also , Some other posts from Class 11 PHYSICS

Units and Measurements.

Motion in a Straight Line.

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