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When a running car stops suddenly the passengers are jerked forward-why?
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How does newtons first law of motion explain the need for headrests?
Newton's first law of motion explains the need for head rests because when a car drives when being in a state of non-motion, the passengers in the car will continue to remain without motion. The force of movement will push the passengers back until they compensate for motion. Since the head is likely to get jerked back quickly during this time, it explains the need for headrests.
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What does whiplash have to do with Newtons first law?
Whiplash occurs due to the fact that your head is at rest and stays to tend at rest, as explained by inertia/Newton's first law. In the case of a rear-end collision, your head resists the impact while the back of the seat drives to rest of your body forward so suddenly and your head is jerked back relative to your body.