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Does force always act against inertia??

Does force always act against inertia??

Grade:8

7 Answers

Sumit Majumdar IIT Delhi
askIITians Faculty 137 Points
7 years ago
Dear student,
Inertia is the state which opposes the motion of any object.
External force is applied to change the state of an object.
The external force acts so as to change the state and thereby acts opposite to the inertia of the object.
Regards
Sumit
Mohammed Anas
37 Points
7 years ago
Thank You Sir... I Understood this Solution!
 
Mohammed Anas
Askiitans Student
Saloni Rakholiya
104 Points
6 years ago
inertia is the state that keeps the object in rest or motyion right so how does it opposes the motion??
Saloni Rakholiya
104 Points
6 years ago
please put this in class forum allso of arya ath
KAPIL MANDAL
132 Points
6 years ago
THANK YOU VERY MUCH SIR
 
 
shivani dixit
27 Points
3 years ago
INERTIA CAN BE DEFINED AS THE STATE IN WHICH A BODY REMAINS IN THE STATE OF REST OR MOTION UNLESS AN EXTERNAL FORCE IS APPLIED ON IT.
 
THUS,INTERTIA CAN BE VIOLATED ONLY BY FORCE. SO FORCE ACTS OPPOSITE TO INERTIA.
 
HOPE  I  SUCCEED IN MAKING U UNDERSTAND !
Ayan
111 Points
3 years ago
Inertia is the state which opposes the motion of any object.External force is applied to change the state of an object.

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