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Explain inertia and friction
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Inertia is the name for the tendency of an object in motion to remain in motion, or an object at rest to remain at rest unless acted upon by a force.

Friction- the force that makes it difficult for one object to slide along the surface of another or to move through a liquid or gas.
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