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This is Newton's First Law of Motion. Objects in motion stay in motion because of inertia (refer to the law of inertia for additional help).

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Actually, it's Inertia.

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Inertia, which is related to mass.

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Momentum.

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An object wants to mantain its state of motion because it has?

Inertia, which is related to mass.


Why is a flying insect said to be in the state of motion?

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When will an object change its state of motion?

An object changes its state of motion when it accelerates or decelerates, usually caused by a force.


What do you mean by state of motion of an object?

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What state is an object in when it's not in motion?

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Which term refers to the tendency of an object to maintain its state of motion?

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the weight of an object makes the maintain same state of motion that is wrong inertia is the correct answer. look it up in the dictionary


Which term refers to the tendency of an object to maintain it's state of motion?

Inertia. An object at rest, tends to stay at rest, while an object in motion tends to stay in motion.


What is the state in which on object's distance from another is changing?

Motion


What does it take to change an objects state of motion?

it takes an unbalanced force to change an object's state of motion


What do balanced forces do to an object?

Balanced forces keep object in its state of motion (moving or at stop). An objects state of motion can be altered when it is subjected to an unbalanced force. This reflects Newtons first law of motion.


What is the third law of the laws of motion?

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