Inertia is based on mass. The most massive of the four items is the bowling ball.
Inertia deals with an objects reluctance to change its velocity. So if its not moving, you will have to exert a large force to get it to move. But once it is in motion, its inertia helps it move by lowering the breaking effect of resistance. If you throw a bowling ball through a grass field, it will go father than a beach ball thrown in a similar manner, because the bowling ball has more inertia!!
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 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.
Inertia is a property of objects with mass and, as such, a massless object has no inertia.
An objects mass is a measure of its inertia.
An objects tendency to resist a change in motion
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 is the tendency of all objects to resist change in motion.
no more, inertia is proportional to mass
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.
well, the more speed the more inertia
A bowling pin is one of the ten wooden objects that are set up and knocked down in the sport of bowling.
A heavier object has more inertia than lighter ones, meaning that mass is the factor that affects inertia.
Inertia. Inertia applies to both increases and decreases in velocity.
The law of inertia applies to all physical objects.