Kinematic (adjective)

  1. Relating to or concerned with the motion of objects, especially their velocity and acceleration.
  2. Pertaining to the study of motion, including its causes and effects.

Origin:

The word 'kinematic' comes from the greek word 'kinein' meaning 'to move'.

Examples:

  1. The kinematic analysis of the ball's trajectory showed that it was hit with great force.
  2. The kinematic study of the robot's arm revealed that it was capable of making fast and precise movements.
  3. The kinematic equations helped the engineer to calculate the velocity and acceleration of the object.
  4. The kinematic motion of the car's wheels was an important factor in its handling and stability.
  5. The kinematic principles of motion were studied in depth in the physics class.
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