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# Inertia

## The tendency of an object to resist a change in its motion.

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## Inertia Section 3.4

by Jannine Tuttle //basic
Inertia and how it affects motion, the relationship between inertia and mass and how to overcome inertia.
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## Inertia

by Michelle Gallivan //basic
Inertia and how it affects motion, the relationship between inertia and mass and how to overcome inertia.
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## Football Physics

by Debora Rogers //basic
Learn about Newton's first law of motion and how it applies to football.
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## Field Goal Physics

by Murray Metge //basic
Discover how Newton's second law of motion and the concept of inertia apply to kicking a field goal in football.
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## Tug of War 2

by Phillip Hagedorn //basic
Learn what forces are involved in the game of tug of war and how the game illustrates Newton's first law of motion.
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## Newton's First Law - Inertia

by Ellaine Chou //basic
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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