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An object's tendency to maintain its current state of motion is called
The tendency of an object to continue its present state is called " Inertia " . This term is described in Newtons first law. Inertia is measure of mass of a body. [ Bigger bodies have more inertia when compared with smaller bodies. we experience inertia every day ]
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