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11 June, 17:33

Many automobile passengers have suffered neck injuries when struck by cars from behind. How does Newton's law of inertia apply here

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  1. 11 June, 18:15
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    Your inertia first tried to make you rest, but your seats resisted that phenomenon. And when you stared to travel with constant speed or velocity, then there is no net change in the acceleration; or in other words acceleration becomes zero.
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