# What is inertia of rest?

Inertia is the characteristic of matter by which a body at rest remains at rest, and a moving body remains in motion, until/unless some unbalanced force acts upon the bo…dy. Inertia of rest is the famous demonstration of inertia, usually involving a dining table covered with a cloth and set with dishes, etc. A quick pull, and the cloth can be removed from the table with the settings intact and in close to the same positions as before. The inertia of the dishes keeps them where they are.

# What is inertia at rest?

the inherent property of a body by a virtue of which it can't change its position of rest is called inertia at rest

# What is Inertia at motion?

Apparent or perceived resistance to acceleration in a frictionless environment. Force= mass x acceleration, so you need a greater force for a greater mass to get a given accel…eration. This effect is often called inertia.

# What is inertia related to?

Inertia is a body's resistance to moving, or to change velocity once under motion. It is a function of mass and velocity. Inertia can also be described as a body's tendanc…y to maintain momentum - once it has a specific momentum, it will maintain that same momentum until an outside force acts upon the body. Momentum is calculated using the following formula: P = mv Where P is momentum (a vector quantity), m is the mass of the object (a scalar quantity), and v is the object's velocity (a vector quantity).

# 16 What is inertia?

Inertia is the tendency of an object in motion to stay in motion until acted upon by a force.

# What is inertia of motion?

Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist a change in motion. It depends upon the objects mass. If an object has more mass, it is more difficult to get it moving. Once… it is moving, it is harder to slow it down.

# What is inertia in motion?

momentum is inertia in motion! :)

# What is inertia like?

the name of newton's first law.

# What is inertia used for?

Inertia is not really a tool to be used... Inertia is basically an object's resistance to being moved. It stems from Newton's 2nd law of motion, which states that the …net force on an object is equal to it's mass multiplied by its acceleration. Fnet=ma. So, the larger the mass of the object, the more force is required to accelerate it. To actually answer the question completely, we have to consider every situation in which an object has a net force on it, and so you really can't do that because it happens every day, every where, on virtually everything. Consequently, I'll provide a couple of examples instead... Inertia is used for ice skating... Inertia is the reason that an ice skater can glide long distances across the ice without pushing off. This is because the friction force of the ice (which is trying to stop her) is not high enough to make her mass decelerate. Inertia is used to annoy shoppers pushing shopping carts... When you push the shopping cart, you apply a force to it. The heavier the cart, the harder it is to get moving. Inertia describes the reason a heavier cart is harder to move.

# What is inertia selling?

It is the practice of supplying unordered items seeking payment for them. This act is totally prohibited by law.

# What is inertia define it?

Inertia is the force push against something when another thing is in motion. For example if I threw a ball force is put on the ball and with the help of gravity the ball comes… to the ground. The 3 basic laws of motion that Isaac Newton discovered covered the laws and explanation of motion and inertia I. Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it. II. The relationship between an object's mass m, its acceleration a, and the applied force F is F = ma. Acceleration and force are vectors (as indicated by their symbols being displayed in slant bold font); in this law the direction of the force vector is the same as the direction of the acceleration vector. III. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

# What is inertia force?

It is important to learn many things in physics. Inertia Force is defined as a force opposite to an accelerating force acting on a body, and equal to the product of the ac…celerating force and the mass of the body.

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# What is inertia inertia?

An objects tendency to resist a change in motion

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# What is inertia mass?

The property that a body has that resists motion if at rest, or resists speeding or slowing up, if in motion.

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# What is inertia torque?

Inertia torque an imaginary torque, which when applied upon a rigid body, brings it in an equilibrium position. Its magnitude is equal to accelerating couple, but opposite in …direction. T1 = -IÎ± where I = mass moment of inertia of body and Î± = angular acceleration

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# What is inertia of rest-?

Inertia is resistance of any physical object to any change in its state of motion, including changes to its speed and direction.

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# What is inertia mean?

is the resistance of any physical object to any change in its state of motion, including changes to its speed and direction.