What determines an objects inertia?
the mass of the object determines the amount of inertia in an object
The amount of MASS determines the amount of inertia an object has.
Mass determines the amount of inertia an object has. It is an object's intrinsic property to resist change.
Its mass. Greater the mass more the inertia
Inertia is related to mass; you might say that inertia IS mass. The objects which have the most inertia are the most massive objects. Those are also the heaviest objects, since mass affects weight.
There is no "A inertia." Its just inertia and inertia is the measure of an objects to stay at rest or to keep moving.
Inertia is a function of mass.
Inertia is a property of objects with mass and, as such, a massless object has no inertia.
An objects tendency to resist a change in motion
An objects mass is a measure of its inertia.
Inertia is directly proportional to an objects mass. Inertia is the desire of objects to continue doing exactly what they are doing. The greater the mass the greater the inertia.
Inertia is the tendency for objects to "resist" change. So an object with greater inertia will require a greater force to accelerate it.
No. Its the other way around. Objects with more mass have more inertia.
Inertia makes it stay still and determines how hard it would be to get it moving
Inertia is the tendency of all objects to resist change in motion.
no more, inertia is proportional to mass
It does not.
An objects mass is a direct measurement of its inertia.
Static objects are like a book setting on a table is an example of the law of inertia. Objects moving at constant velocity in a straight line are also examples of law of inertia.
A push or a pull determines the force between the two objects
The mass of an object corresponds to it's inertia. The greater an objects mass the greater it's inertia.
well, the more speed the more inertia
A heavier object has more inertia than lighter ones, meaning that mass is the factor that affects inertia.
Resistance to acceleration
Only if they have mass.
The law of inertia applies to all physical objects.
Inertia. Inertia applies to both increases and decreases in velocity.
inertia of a resting body, means how much it takes to get it moving
Since the weight of an object is variable in different gravitational environments, and mass is the same in any environment, it would be more appropriate to ask whether less massive objects have less inertia than more massive objects. Since inertia is a measure of mass, the question answers itself. More massive objects have more inertia. In any given gravitational environment, more massive objects also weigh more.
Different velocities is what causes objects to have the same mass and different amounts of inertia. This can be written in a formula.
Objects that are at rest, stay at rest is called inertia.
Inertia is what slows down moving objects. 2nd Answer: Not even close . . . inertia would keep objects FROM slowing. Friction or running into another object will slow a moving object.
because of INERTIA
It depends on the object's mass.
Inertia .no its kinetic energy
An objects density is determined by its' weight and volume.
You are right sir
Mass determines two things: gravitational attraction, and inertia.
Inertia is a mass's resistance to changes in its state of motion, so....
Velocity. Inertia is what makes it hard to accelerate objects.
moment of inertia is basically an objects resistance to its state of motion.
The law of inertia states that objects at rest remain at rest and objects in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
momentum is caused by inertia. all objects have inertia, which means if they are moving at a certain velocity or are at rest they will continue to move at that velocity or remain at rest unless acted on by a force. Objects of more mass have greater inertia, so the amount of momentum is equal to the product of an objects mass and the magnitude of its velocity.
Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist a change in motion. An object would have inertia while moving and also while at rest.
This is Newton's First Law of Motion. Objects in motion stay in motion because of inertia (refer to the law of inertia for additional help).
Inertia is the motion that acts on an object.
The answer is Inertia!
its mass helps it behave