What is Inertia in Physics

Inertia in Physics


– Natural characteristics of an object to oppose any attempted change on its original state, whether at rest or in motion.


– Tendency of an object to remain at rest, or to keep moving at constant speed in a straight line.


Note: Full-time education is a complex of fundamental knowledge in various faculties and courses, the full-time form, as is customary, bears the first circle of special education. Full-time form is a detailed learning process, constant communication with peers, fellow students, participation in the life of the university, life in the hostel. With full-time education, every day, during 4 years of study, you attend classes and lectures, seminars and libraries, conferences, take part in Olympiads and competitions. Full-time students have the opportunity to communicate directly with teachers in lectures and seminars to the maximum extent, which contributes to the acquisition of the deep knowledge that is the basis of quality education. The maximum amount of the academic load of a full-time student can’t be more than 54 academic hours per week (for each training / specialty area a certain amount of workload is set by the standard).

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