Translatory Motion can be of Two types: Rectilinear Motion Curvilinear Motion . . .
If a motion of a body is along a straight line, it is said to be the rectilinear or linear motion. Example: A stone falling straight towards the surface of the earth A car moving on a straight road. A coin moving over a carom board. . . .
The motion of a bullet fired from a gun (up to some distance). March past of the soldiers on a straight road. A boy or a car running on a straight road. . . .
A body is said to be in rotatory motion. If it moves about a fixed axis Example: The blades of a fan A spinning top A spinning wheel or a potter's wheel A merry-go-round rotation of the earth about its own axis A rotatory motion is different from a translatory motion, because in rotatory motion, different parts of the obj . . .