## Distance and Displacement | Motion Class 9 Science | CBSE | NCERT

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Distance And Displacement
Distance and displacement are two quantities that seem to mean the same but are distinctly different with different meanings and definitions.
Distance is the measure of “how much ground an object has covered during its motion” while displacement refers to the measure of “how far out of place is an object.”

What is Distance?
Distance is the total movement of an object without any regard to direction. We can define distance as to how much ground an object has covered despite its starting or ending point.

Distance Formula
Δd=d1+d2

What is Displacement?
Displacement is defined as the change in position of an object. It is a vector quantity and has a direction and magnitude. It is represented as an arrow that points from the starting position to the final position.
For example, If an object moves from A position to B, then the object’s position changes. This change in the position of an object is known as Displacement.

Uniform motion and non-uniform motion
When an object covers equal distances in equal intervals of time it is in uniform motion.
When an object covers unequal distances in equal intervals of time it is said to be in non-uniform motion.

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