Inertia

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Real-life MotionPlay
Inertia refers to how real-world objects continue moving; think of sliding on ice. SlideSkaters use the inertia of their movement to glide effortlessly on the rink.
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Inertia can describe situations or trends that persist over time without specific efforts to change them. SlideCultural inertia keeps certain traditions alive for generations.
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Unexpected ResistancePlay
Inertia involves resistance to changes in speed or direction, often unexpectedly. SlideThe project's inertia meant that sudden shifts in focus were difficult.