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On the outer rim. Further away from the axis point. Full Answer

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Inertia of Rest Inertia of Motion Inertia of Direction Full Answer

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inertia inertia inertia Full Answer

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Resting Inertia and Moving Inertia Full Answer

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There is no "A inertia." Its just inertia and inertia is the measure of an objects to stay at rest or to keep moving. Full Answer

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There are actually 3 kinds of inertia. They are as follows : 1. Inertia of Rest 2. Inertia of Motion 3. Inertia of Direction But nowadays people consider that there are 2 kinds of inertia , inertia of rest and… Full Answer

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Mass is a measure of inertia. Inertia is resistance to a change in motion. Mass and inertia are directly proportional. The greater the mass, the greater the inertia. Full Answer

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Not "force of inertia", just "inertia". The object with the larger mass has the larger inertia. Full Answer

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Gravity affects inertia. The lower the gravity, the more inertia. Full Answer

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

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The unit of Inertia is kg and the Moment of Inertia is kg*m^2 Full Answer

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What effects inertia is the object's MASS. Inertia is directly proportional to the Object's MASS Full Answer

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newton invented the idea of Inertia. inertia can be great factor on physical laws. Full Answer

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yes, the physics of inertia apply everywhere that inertia will be Full Answer

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Mass is the measure of inertia and if you change the mass the inertia will change. Full Answer

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The 1st Law is called the Law of Inertia because it describes the conditions for inertia, no force, no acceleration, thus inertia.. Full Answer

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Inertia is associated with mass Full Answer

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Galileo discovered inertia! :) Full Answer

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Mass has inertia. Energy does not. Full Answer

Inertia depends on mass. Full Answer

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Inertia is a noun. Full Answer

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inertia is a plant Full Answer

Inertia is directly related to mass. More mass means more inertia. Full Answer

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Inertia is the tendancy of an object to stay in rest or in motion. Newtons 1st law was the law of inertia. Full Answer

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The physical quantity for rotations corresponding to inertia is the moment of inertia, or rotational inertia. It is represented by the integral of r^2dm. Full Answer

I guess that momentum is part of the inertia, inertia is composed of momentum as the pages are related to the book. Inertia will be different if it has different kind of momentum. Force will affect momentum so inertia will… Full Answer

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The inertia of an object is directly proportional to its mass. The greater the mass the greater the inertia and the lower the mass the lower the inertia. This tells us the fat person will have more inertia due to… Full Answer

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Inertia can be defined as the relunctance of a body to acceleration. Therefore, the greater the inertia of a body, the less it will accelerate under a given force. Inertia is directly related to mass. The greater the mass, the… Full Answer

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Law of inertia. Law of inertia. Law of inertia. Law of inertia. Full Answer

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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. Full Answer

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Force does not affect inertia in general. Inertia can basically be identified with the mass. Full Answer

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inertia just depends on mass. Big mass=hard to move. Full Answer

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

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Neither. Inertia is not a force. Full Answer

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Mass is a measure of inertia. Full Answer

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Inertia=Mass/Velocity Full Answer