What Force an Object in Motion?

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The force that affects objects that are in motion is called inertia. The action from that force can cause the objects to move or speed up (accelerate), to slow down (decelerate), to stop, or to change direction. Inertia is defined as the resistance of any physical object to a change in its state of motion or rest.
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