When a bus suddenly takes a turn the passengers are thrown outwards because of
a. Inertia of motion
b. Inertia of direction
c. Acceleration of motion
d. Speed of motion
Please explain this question and which of the following is the correct with whole explanation?
Asked by Tanmmygarg6 | 18th Sep, 2019, 02:21: PM
When a bus suddenly takes a turn the passengers are thrown outwards because of inertia of direction.
An inability of an object to chnage its direction of motion by itself is called inertia of direction.
When a bus is running along a straight line path, the passengers also move with the same speed in a straight line but when the bus takes a turn suddenly, the upper portion if the body of passengers continues to be in straight line motion while the lower portion of body tends to take a turn along with the bus and passengers tend to fall outwards.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 18th Sep, 2019, 05:49: PM
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