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```				   please explain with examples the inertia of motion,res and direction,also explain dat exapmle(a person leans forward while standing in a moving bus and why we move forward when brakes in a car are apllied) .
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```										when bus driver applies brakes then a retarding force is applied on the bus and due to this bus slows down....
now retarding force is acting in backward direction so any body placed over bus will experience a seudo force in forward direction
, so a person standing in bus moves in forward direction when brakes are aplied...
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