What force will not effect inertia if its force is zero?
Force does not affect inertia in general. Inertia can basically be identified with the mass.
Inertia will not be affected when "net" or "net force" is zero.
according to me zero unbalanced force is when force is applied in an object and it is not balance ,if there is no inertia due to it then it is called zero unbalanced force.
Inertia will not be affected when any type of force is applied.
Gravity and friction can affect inertia. Another force that can affect inertia is the mass of the object that is being moved.
the bigger the mass the more inertia since it will need more force to push it
Equilibrium Rule is Force equals zero or 0=f=ma. When Force is zero the acceleration is zero and this is Newton's First Law , the law of Inertia.
It describes motion when net force is zero.
The law of inertia (or newton's first law) states that a body remains stationary or moves with constant velocity if the net force that acts on it is zero.
Zero net force has no effect on an object's motion whatsoever.
Inertia guarantees that an object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in that same motion, so long as there is no external force acting on that object. Alternately, there could be force acting on it as long as that force adds up to zero.
It describes motion when net force is zero :d -ajizzle my nizzle.
If an object is stationary the net force is zero.
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 acceleration. This effect is often called inertia.
A net force of zero will have no effect on a moving object. If there is a net force of zero on an object then the object will continue moving at a constant speed in the same direction.
That's called a 'balanced' group of forces. Their effect on the object's motion is the same as the effect of zero force ... the object may rotate, but it won't accelerate.
Not "force of inertia", just "inertia". The object with the larger mass has the larger inertia.
No. Inertia is determined by weight, so the more the object weighs the more its inertia. Unless the object weighs zero, it must have some sort of inertia.
There is Inertia with newtons law that an object in motion stays in motion. There is gravity holding it down. If the object is at rest, there is no force acting upon it. Force = mass x acceleration (F=ma). Inertia is not a Force, and the net gravitional Force is zero because the downward acceleration is balanced by the upward push of the matter it rests upon. If there is no acceleration, there is no… Read More
Newton's 3rd Law is about the Conservation of Energy or the Condition of zero Net Force. This is the Law of Equilibrium, the Law of inertia.
Zero gravity does not affect inertia. The inertia of an object is an inherent property of the object and is directly proportional to the object's mass.
-- "Inertia" is not a force. -- There is no such thing as a single balanced force or a single unbalanced force.
Friction acts as an opposition to the forward motion and inertia, exerting an antagonistic effect against motion.
No, inertia is the push or force that you give the object. You need a force to give an object inertia.
Yes. Inertia is what holds an object in motion from falling faster than the object falling at the same time. Say you have a brick and a feather. Which falls faster? Neither. You see, inertia contributes with the third law of motion, meaning an object at rest will stay at rest until a net zero force acts upon it. Meaning that inertia is that net zero force keeping that object at rest still. Now, if… Read More
The tendency is called inertia. The inertia of an object is directly related to its mass, since the effect of any given force depends on the mass and motion of the object (and whether the force acts with or against any other existing forces).
Force times time is Impulse Inertia is mass
In 0 gravity the mass of an object comes to be not defines than how can the mass of an object come constant everywhere?
Mass does not depend on gravity. At zero gravity the object will have the same mass as at a higher gravity. What changes is the object's weight. The fact that the object still has mass can be ascertained from its inertia - it will take a force to make it move, or to stop it. Mass does not depend on gravity. At zero gravity the object will have the same mass as at a higher… Read More
The force of gravity pulls a planet directly towards the Sun. At the same time the planet is moving fast in a direction about 90 degrees to the force, and the planet's inertia tends to make it travel in a straight line with a constant velocity. The resulting effect of gravity and inertia combined is that the planet follows a curved path that takes it round the Sun in its orbit.
The greater the inertia, the greater is the force required to produce a constant acceleration.(F=ma). But in general, acceleration is not taken constant, in this case, there is no relation between force and inertia.
There is no such thing as one balanced force or one unbalanced force. A balanced group of forces ... 2 or more ... is a group that adds up to zero, and has the same effect as no force at all. An unbalanced group of 2 or more forces don't add up to zero, and have the same effect as a single force that's equal to their vector sum.
Neither. Inertia is not a force.
A force is a push or a pull. Inertia is unchanging state (mass or velocity)
How can an object accelerate if kinetic friction is equal and opposite to horizontal force which would mean it has a net force of zero?
It wouldn't accelerate. It would move at a constant velocity due to its tendency to keep moving (inertia) and friction being canceled out by the horizontal force.
Inertia force is a weight of a body and restoring force is a self force applied by a body itself for restoration of its configuration to attend the equilibrium.
yes, the physics of inertia apply everywhere that inertia will be
Nothing gives an object inertia. Inertia is not a force. It is just the tendency of an object to continue in its motion if there is no force acting upon it.
"Balanced forces" means a set of forces that add up to zero. This group of forces acting on a single object have no effect on its motion, because they add up to zero, and their effect is equivalent to zero force on the object.
Inertia = force The race car had the inertia to break the speed record and sound barrier. The hurricane's inertia was dying out. The wind force had gone down to 30 miles an hour.
I don't think there is such a force. Your question might refer to "inertia", but of course, inertia is not a force - it is more closely related to mass.
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 accelerating force and the mass of the body.
What would be the effect of two people pulling on a box with the same amount of force but in opposite directions?
Net force is zero. So it would be at rest
It reduces the object's apparent weight, sometimes to zero and even beyond.
Force and inertia are not the same. They are quite different. They do both have a relationship to the motion of objects having mass.
Greater the mass higher the inertia.
Newton's 1st law states : No force, no acceleration. The key point is with no acceleration there is no change in velocity! If the body 's velocity is zero (at rest) then it stays at rest; if the velocity is constant it stays constant. Whatever the vecolicty is, with zero acceleration it stays that way. This is commonly called the Law of inertia. Inertia causes things to stay the same.
Every type of vehicle performance is inertia VS applied force. So how fast will it accelerate: Inertia vs the power supplied by the engine How short a distance can it stop in: Inertia being reduced by braking force How hard can it turn a corner. Inertia trying to go in a straight line vs the force provided by the tires to turn the car. The ride is very hard: the springs provide a lot of… Read More
That's "centrifugal force". It's not a "real" force like gravity, but is a convenient way of describing the effect of the inertia of the planets. (The planets would move in straight lines if they were not in a gravity field.)
Newton's 1st Law of Motion, the Law of Inertia. The motion of a body is the same if there is no force acting on the body ; or A body with no force acting on it will have a constant velocity or be stationary (no velocity).
It's the gravitational effect of the Sun combined with the inertia of the planets. Their inertia (Newton's first law of motion) would make the planets move in straight lines, but the gravitational force makes them follow elliptical paths and they orbit the Sun.
Some explanations or examples for this law is that when an object is at rest it stays at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. Another one is that an object in motion continues in motion in the same direction unless acted upon by the unbalanced force. Also if the force is zero, the velocity stays constant. This is all for Newton's first law(The law of inertia). There is also the law of acceleration… Read More