# What are ways to increase inertia?

by increasing the mass of an object.larger the mass more will be the inertia

### How do you increase inertia?

The moment of inertia is directly related to an objects mass. Increase the moment of inertia can be initiated by spreading mass outwards radially. For example, a figure skater can alter their spin velocity by moving their arms inward to go faster, and placing them out to slow down. That is how the moment of inertia is increased or decreased accordingly.

### How is the inertia of an object related to its mass?

Varyingly due to gravity not being a constant throughout the universe however as mass increases so does weight if there is any gravity then the increase of mass will increase inertia (they are sorta the same thing) Phrased another way, Inertia equal (Mass) X (Velocity) and remember that Velocity is a vector quantity.

### What makes the amount of inertia increase?

Inertia is an intrinsic property of matter; thus mass=inertia. The well-known formula you might remember from your high school physical science class: F = ma, which equates force with mass times acceleration, can just as validly and as accurately be rendered as: F = ia, which equates force with inertia times acceleration. Pretty cool, actually!

### What happens if the moon doesn't have inertia as it travels around the earth?

If the moon doesn't have inertia, it means that if any force whatsoever is applied to it, it will be way out of wack. Inertia causes something to be resistant against a change in motion so if the moon had too much inertia, it would not move at the proper speed and Earth would be affected by its drop in movement. If the moon had no inertia, it wouldn't continue to keep its proper and…

### How does inertia apply to motocross?

There are lots of ways inertia is applied to motocross. I will start this off, add things as you think of them. First off, the definition of inertia is the resistance of an object to a change in its state of motion. (1) A heavier flywheel carries speed farther, but is also harder to slow down than a light one.

### Why does a semi truck have more inertia?

Inertia is a measure of how resistant an object's motion is to changing that motion, and is related to the mass of an object. Increase mass and inertia increases; decrease mass and inertia decreases. For an object to have greater inertia, it must therefore have greater mass. Semi- trucks are very massive vehicles, much more than others normally found, so they will have more inertia than anything else driven on roads. An average car or…

### Why does the coasting rotating system slow as water drips into the beaker?

Ans : By the formula of moment of inertia , I=mr2 (2=square) As by the formula it is clear that the moment of inertia depends on the mass and the radius of a particular body , so as the mass increases moment of inertia will considerably increase , So as the water drips into the beaker the mass of the beaker will increase By the law of conservation of angular momentum Moment of inertia is…

### Is inertia a force?

Put simply, inertia is the measure of an object's reluctance to change its state of motion. The object's state of motion may be stationary or flying through space at 20,000 km/hr. The unit for measuring inertia in the SI is the same as for mass: the Kilogram. Inertia (mass) can be expected to increase when an object is traveling at relativistic (near the speed of light) speeds. Supervisor's note: The following answer is looking for…