The Position-time graph for uniform motion is a straight line inclined to the time axis.
If the acceleration is zero, then the velocity-time graph is a horizontal line (i.e., the slope is zero)
If we draw a distance-time graph for uniform motion, then it will be a straight line.
When a body travels in a straight line and covers equal distances in equal intervals of time, it is in uniform motion.
Some of the uniform motion examples in real life are given below.
Quantity defined by a magnitude and direction with appropriate units is a vector quantity or vector.
Physical quantities are those quantities in which all physical laws can be expressed and which can be measured directly or indirectly.
Vector Quantities are those quantities that have magnitude as well as direction.
Vector quantities are physical quantities having both magnitudes as well as direction.
The acrosome is present in the head of the sperm.