6 February, 00:38
Why do you seem to "fly forward" when you slam on the brakes of a car? what forces are involved?
6 February, 02:23
Its because of inertia.
due to inertia u tries to be in the same state of motion, in this case u have a tendency to remain in forward motion as the car suddenly tries to stop, so u move forward.
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