# Physical Science

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I need help answering a few questions?

What is intertia? How is it involved in the first law of motion?

Two children who are fighting over a toy pull on it from opposite sides. The result is a stand off. Explain this in terms of the net force.

These questions are for my study guide for a test I have and I am not sure what the answers are and I want to make sure that I get it right. Please help me and thank you!

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