• # List of Full Form related to ''Motion'' chapter in Physics

• SI: It stands for the International System of Units, which is a standard system of measurement used in physics.

• Displacement (S): It means the change in position of an object.

• Time (t): It refers to the duration or period during which something happens.

• Velocity (v): It represents how fast an object is moving in a particular direction.

• Initial Velocity (u): It is the speed of an object at the start of its motion.

• Acceleration (a): It shows how quickly an object's velocity is changing over time.

• Change in Time (Δt): It measures the difference or interval in time between two events or moments.

• Change in Displacement (Δx): It measures the difference or variation in an object's position between two points.

• Change in Velocity (Δv): It measures the difference or variation in an object's speed between two points.

• Change in Acceleration (Δa): It measures the difference or variation in an object's acceleration between two points.

• Distance (s): It refers to the total length covered by an object during its motion, regardless of direction.

• Displacement (d): It is the straight-line distance and direction between an object's starting and ending positions.

• Initial Velocity (v₀): It represents the speed an object has at the beginning.

• Final Velocity (vₜ): It represents the speed an object has at the end.

• Average Acceleration (aₘ): It represents the overall rate at which an object's velocity changes over a given time.

• Acceleration due to Gravity (g): It is the acceleration experienced by objects in free fall caused by Earth's gravitational force.

• Force (F): It is a push or pull that can make an object accelerate or change its motion.

• Mass (m): It is a measure of how much matter is in an object. It affects an object's inertia and the gravitational force acting on it.

• Coefficient of Friction (μ): It describes the resistance encountered when two surfaces rub against each other.

• Period (T): It refers to the time taken for one complete cycle in periodic motion, like a swinging pendulum or vibrating system.