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What object has the greatest inertia?

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The one with the greatest mass has.

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The one with the most mass has.



No, inertia is the push or force that you give the object. You need a force to give an object inertia.


Inertia is a property of objects with mass and, as such, a massless object has no inertia.


the mass of the object determines the amount of inertia in an object


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.


directely proportionally the inertia of an object depend on the object mass


Inertia is the resistance of any physical object to any change in its state of motion. The velocity of an object will determine the inertia that the object has.


inertia becomes greater if the mass of the object is greater. inertia is directly proportional to the mass of the object.


The inertia of an object is equivalent to its mass in kilograms


An object with a lot of inertia would be an elephant for example.


The greater the mass of the object, the greater its inertia.



The object with greater mass has more inertia. Inertia is the change in momentum (p) Thus, as p = mv p = momentum m = mass of object v = velocity of mass Intertia is proportional to mass and as such, the greater mass has a greater momentum provided the velocities of both masses are the same.


All matter has inertia. The inertia of an object is proportional to the amount of mass (or matter) contained in the object.


Yes. Mass is what gives an object its inertia.


The amount of MASS determines the amount of inertia an object has.


No. An object that has a lot of mass and is hard to move has inertia.


They have 0 inertia as inertia is the resistance of an object in motion. Hope that helps


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.


inertia is the laziness of an object, or an objects resistance to change its state of motion, or how easy it is to start or stop an object. Mass is the measure of an object's inertia. Therefore with more mass, an object has more inertia.


inertia. the more mass an object has, the greater its inertia. what do you call it when an object refuses a object in motion?


Inertia does not vary from place to place. Inertia is simply the tendency of an object to resist changing its state. Inertia (and, by extension, momentum) only vary in relation to the mass of an object, not where the object is located.


there is no unit for inertia; inertia is determined by and therefore reflected by the mass of an object, and is a property of this object such that it does not change with speed, temperature etc.




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