Resistance. And the object exhibiting this property is called a resistor.
The natural tendency of an object to not move (if it wasn't moving), or to keep moving (if it was moving). Inertia is the characteristic that a object will want to stay at rest or in motion. You can feel this in a buss when it suddenly moves this is why you get sent backwards.
Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist a change in its motion. Objects with more mass have more inertia. The more mass an object has the harder it is to change its motion. Thats is how inertia effects and object. (Don't worry I got this from my Science Textbook)
Anything with mass will resist acceleration. So says Newton, and he's right.
the ability of an object to resist friction is its inertia
The ability of a community to resist change is called stability. It is the capability of a community to resist and rebound from change.
If you mean "...to resist change in motion", that is called inertia.
The question is incomplete. No options (for which of the following) are given to answer the question.
The name for this tendency is inertia. (Inertia is basically a another name for mass i.e. an object with mass will resist motion)
Inertia is an objects ability to resist motion. I think of inertia as an object's' mass (different from weight). Newton's second law (F = mass times acceleration) describes the interaction between force and an objects ability to resist motion.
Stability is the ability of a community to resist change.