Inertia
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+ | # The property of a [[body]] that [[resist]]s any [[change]] to its uniform straight [[motion]]; equivalent to its [[mass]]. | ||
+ | # In a person, [[unwilling]]ness to take [[action]]. | ||
+ | ==See also== | ||
+ | *[[General relativity]] | ||
+ | *[[Horizontal and vertical]] | ||
+ | *[[Inertial guidance system]] | ||
+ | *[[Kinetic energy]] | ||
+ | *[[List of moments of inertia]] | ||
+ | *[[Mach's principle]] | ||
+ | *[[Newton's laws of motion]] | ||
+ | *[[Newtonian physics]] | ||
+ | *[[Special relativity]] | ||
+ | *[[Steiner theorem]] | ||
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- The property of a body that resists any change to its uniform straight motion; equivalent to its mass.
- In a person, unwillingness to take action.
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See also
- General relativity
- Horizontal and vertical
- Inertial guidance system
- Kinetic energy
- List of moments of inertia
- Mach's principle
- Newton's laws of motion
- Newtonian physics
- Special relativity
- Steiner theorem
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