Kinds of Speed in Physics

Kinds of Speed in Physics


Kinds of Speed


  1. Uniform Speed


If a body covers an equal distance in equal interval of time so the body is said to be in uniform speed.


  1. Variable speed


If a body does not cover an equal distance in equal interval of time so the body is said to be in variable speed.


Note: Looking at all the advantages, one can not neglect the negative aspects of distance learning, since the elimination of individual deficiencies helps to improve the system as a whole. At the same time, it should be noted that there is no actual communication between the teacher and the student, which, in the end, affects the individuality of the approach to learning. Students are not always self-disciplined, conscious and independent, which is necessary for distance learning. If the traditional training is sufficient for the student to attend the class, then for the distance education, a good technical equipment is needed, which will facilitate the constant access to information sources. The lack of practical training and the lack of constant monitoring can also be attributed to negative aspects. With remote training of technical specialists, there are also problems of a methodical nature. The only way out with distance learning is animation. And this is impossible with poor technical support. The lack of a technical base is the reason for the problem of conducting examinations in the “on-line” mode because the student can invite his friend-an excellent pupil for the answer to exam questions.

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