# Motion in a Plane NCERT pdf Read Online Class 11 Physics NOTE: This pdf is also available here to read online so you dont have to always download the pdf. This will save your time and will be very useful for a quick reference. We have covered entire Class 11 Physics, you can get link to all the chapters at the bottom of the page

## Read online Motion in a Plane NCERT Class 11 Physics

Fourth chapter in Physics of class 11 of NCERT is Motion in a Plane. All the chapters related with motion that we are studying in Class 11 or afterwards are important from competitive exams point of view as well.  Whether you will fight for JEE, NEET, NDA or any other national level exams which includes government job exams as well, you will surely get something out of the series of chapters you are learning about Motion.

In the last chapter, i.e. Motion in a Straight Line, we developed the concepts of position, displacement, velocity and acceleration that are needed to describe the motion of an object along a straight line. Under Introduction part we will learn about basic of Motion in a plane, its aspects in various dimensions etc. Afterwards we will study about Scalars and Vectors, its basic concept and different aspects. Further Unit covers Multiplication of Vectors by Real Number. Addition and Subtraction of Vectors – Graphical Method unit describe about analytical study and graphical representation of vectors and aspects. Resolution of a vector explains the splitting of a single vector into two or more vectors in different directions which together produce a similar effect as is produced by a single vector itself. In sub unit Vector Addition – Analytical Method, we will learn about analytical aspect of same. Under Sub unit of Motion in a Plane, we shall see how to describe motion in two dimensions using vectors. Sometimes an accelerating object will change its velocity by the same amount each second and we will learn the concept under Motion in a Plane with Constant Acceleration. Further, The concept of relative velocity, introduced in previous sections for motion along a straight line, It can be easily extended to include motion in a plane or in three dimensions and we study the same in Relative Velocity in Two Dimensions.  Projectile Motion is again an important aspect which is a form of motion experienced by a launched object. Projectile motion is the motion of an object thrown or projected into the air, subject to only the acceleration of gravity. At the end, Circular motion, this is a movement of an object along the circumference of a circle or rotation along a circular path. It can be uniform, with constant angular rate of rotation and constant speed, or non-uniform with a changing rate of rotation                        ## Class 11 Physics NCERT

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