Inertia In physics it is understood the effort of an object to maintain a stationary state or to counter the movement changes. (Speed and direction of movement)
What are the rules of inertia?
According to Newton's law of motion That's what he said. The facility will remain stationary. Or it moves at constant speed and always in the same direction. Only when there is a positive force that acts on the object is zero. Unless some force is applied, it causes changes in speed and direction of movement. (Including those who have not yet migrated)
This may cause the object to vibrate, but not move beyond the original. If the table is very large, the object is very mobile. I have to use a lot of movement force. If an object has a small mass, it will have inertia, allowing the object to move easily. Use less power to monitor.
Rule 3 !! Newton
Example: rule for inertia
From Newton's Law of Motion 1 (Inertia), it is stated that We can re-say that. If there is no force in the object. (The resulting force is equal to 0), the object is in its original state. If force moves while moving, the object moves with the same speed and direction.
How Drivers who ride at speeds of V make people and cars at the same speed V, but when the car suddenly stops. (Collisions) The motorcyclist will maintain the same mobility, that is, move forward at the same speed. The result is. When the car is stopped, the person does not stop, and the person flatters forward with the speed V.
In this case, the car that crashes with obstacles occurs. And cars collide. The car after colliding with the car forward. Make objects that are placed on the car after spraying forward, etc.
People riding a motorcycle collide. People flick forward.
Car driver People flicker forward.
Cars by cars hit forward. The car on the back after spraying forward.
New Member Newton's Law of Motion
Newton's Law of Motion Inert law They say that the object will maintain a stationary state. Or it moves at constant speed and always in the same direction. Only when there is a positive force that acts on the object is zero. Unless there is a force that needs to be done, the change will occur.
Newton's Law of Motion 2 Rule of acceleration They say that the acceleration of the particle is directly proportional to the force acting on the particle. The same direction and inverse is proportional to the mass of the particles.
Newton's Law of Motion 3 states that each force has the same force of force, but with opposite directions. This rule is called. Rules of action and reaction (Law on Action and Reaction). Strength and Action It is a force that acts on different masses and occurs simultaneously in pairs. The mass can not be touched and any force is considered a force and force of reaction.
Information and photos from: Prachatai from Phatthalung. (www.rmutphysics.com), Wikipedia Encyclopedia, www.scimath.org