Movement; It is a set of rules involving physical strength and skills, and a behavioral activity constrained by habits. It is usually competitive. There is no object that does not move, and there is no movement that can leave the object. Motion has conservation, that is, motion can neither be created nor destroyed. Its specific forms are diverse and can be transformed into each other. In the transformation, the total amount of motion remains unchanged. In geometry, rigid motion is described as a mapping from a plane to itself, and the distance between any two points a and B is the same as that of a '= m (a), B' = m (b). In philosophy, motion is defined as the linear transfer of things in time and space.