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which has more inertia, a mouse or elephant?

  • PHYSICS -

    This entirely depends on your definition of inertial. If by inertia you mean mass, the answer is obvious.

    Most in science mean mass when inertia is used, but sometimes the meaning is different.

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    the definition of inertia is totally mass related. doesnt depend, its the answer.
    Elefant

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