Chapter Name: Motion and Time
Activity Name: Rotatory motion in Motion and Time
In this activity, we will observe diagrams of objects that are continuously changing their position and moving in a circular path around a fixed point.
This type of motion is called Rotatory Motion. We will determine whether all the objects shown in the activity are in rotatory motion and provide additional examples of rotatory motion.
- Diagrams of objects showing their motion
Step by Step Procedure:
- Observe the diagrams provided, which show various objects moving in circular paths around a fixed point.
- Identify whether the motion of all particles of each object follows a circular path with respect to a fixed center or axis of rotation.
- Determine if the objects are in rotatory motion.
- Noting the characteristics of the motion depicted in the diagrams, we can determine whether each object is in rotatory motion or not.
- Ensure that the diagrams are clear and accurately represent the motion of the objects.
- Handle the diagrams carefully to avoid any damage or misinterpretation.
Lesson Learnt from Experiment:
Through this experiment, we will understand the concept of rotatory motion and how objects move in circular paths around a fixed point. We will also learn to identify rotatory motion in various objects and scenarios.