Various ways of simulating motion, Computer Graphics

Various ways of simulating motion:-

-        Zero Acceleration (Constant Speed)          

-        Non-Zero Accelerations

-        Positive accelerations                                  

-        Negative accelerations

-        Combination of accelerations

 

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