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Inertia keeps your vehicle moving until a force slows it down, like __________ ? A. applying the brake B. strong winds C. another vehicle D. both A and C

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  1. InYourHead
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    This is a simple question. I'll tell you what "inertia" is. INERTIA is where an object resists changing from being still, to moving. Or moving, to becoming still. In other words, when something is sitting still, like a chair, there are physical forces that prevent it from moving, all by itself. Take a look at your question here. It's talking about a car. When a car is moving, there are invisible, physical forces that prevent the car from stopping, all by itself. The car MUST be stopped by something else. It cannot stop all by itself. For example, you can stop your car, when you step on the brakes. The brakes stop the car. You can also stop you car by crashing it into another car. The car crash stops the car. You get it? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Also, this isn't really a Spanish question. You might wanna try the Physics section next time.

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    Lol Am New To This Website So I Don't Know How To Use It Sorry . But Thanks That Helped (;

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