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amruta1997 Group Title

can sm1 explain to me moment of inertia

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  1. amruta1997 Group Title
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    plzzzzz help

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  2. ksaimouli Group Title
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    something which resist the torque of an object

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  3. amruta1997 Group Title
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    explain thru skype will do

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  4. ksaimouli Group Title
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    well i dont have one

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  5. ksaimouli Group Title
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    like skype

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  6. ksaimouli Group Title
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    if u have any questions just scan or take a picture of it i will certainly try to help u

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    skype wont do

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  8. amruta1997 Group Title
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    its 2 diff 4 me

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    moment of inertia depends on mass distribution of body from axis of rotation and analogous to mass in point mass dynamics it is this easy and dont so much about !!!!!!!!...

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  10. amruta1997 Group Title
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    along with Q'ns and egs

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    like inertia resist the change of state of a body in linear motion , similarly in rotational dynamics its moment of inertia that opposes change of state in rotational motion , if you need further assistance , do ask :) , by the way inertia is property which has not been defined exactly, till date. its just a resistance to the change of state of an object (classical mechanics )

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    moment of inertia is the state of body in which a body tend to remain in state of motion if it is in motion state or tend to remain in state of rest if it is in state of rest .Therefore first law of motion is also called law of inertia

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