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Can someone please explain the inertia force in terms of newton's second law.
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The inertial mass can determine the acceleration produced as it is inversely proportional to mass and directly proportional to the net force. The larger the inertial mass, the smaller acceleration.
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(Original post by Anonymus warrior)
Can someone please explain the inertia force in terms of newton's second law.
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This will definitely help you, https://notesnsolutions.com/cie-a-le...l-dynamics-as/
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