Identify which of the following objects has the most inertia: 3 g gumball; 2 kg tennis ball; 2 g ping pong ball; 5 kg basketball. Explain your answer.

5 kg basketball has more inertia than others.

What is inertia?

According to the definition of inertia, matter has the ability to remain at rest or to move uniformly in a single direction unless applied with an external force.

For stationary or linearly moving material, mass acts as inertia of the object. Given objects are:  3 g gumball; 2 kg tennis ball; 2 g ping-pong ball; 5 kg basketball.  Among these objects, the basketball has the most amount of mass. So, the basketball will have the most inertia.

Hence, the 5 kg basketball has the most inertia.

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Answer: 5 kg basketball. Inertia is related to the mass of the object.

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The motion of the Cessna is a uniformly accelerated motion, so we can use the following suvat equation:

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v is the final velocity of the Cessna

u is the initial velocity

a is the acceleration

s is the distance covered when accelerated from u to v

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