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Q: How much greater is the inertia of a 1 kg mass to the inertia of a 4 kg mass?

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mass moment of inertia for a solid sphere: I = (2 /5) * mass * radius2 (mass in kg, radius in metres)

Yes.

10 kg is greater than 6 kg. kg is the unit of mass. Hence feather has more mass than lead in this case.

On earth, any vertical force greater than 661.39 pounds will lift a mass of 300 kg.

1 kg = 1000 g so a 1200 gram box of PC has a greater mass. Simple!

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When moving the 1500kg has more inertia.

When moving the 1500kg has more inertia.

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mass moment of inertia for a solid sphere: I = (2 /5) * mass * radius2 (mass in kg, radius in metres)

1.66 X 10 -27 kg (mass of proton/neutron)/9.109 X 10 -31 kg ( mass of electron) = 1822 times greater ===============

You, and I are two unique objects and we both have inertia. Anything with mass has inertia. I probably have more inertia than you, because my mass is about 113.63 kg, and you are likely to have less mass than that.

A truck is heavier, has more mass. So at the same speed, the more massive object has more inertia. A scientific word for inertia is Momentum, defined as mass times speed, and is equal to force times time. So a 1 kilogram mass operated on by a 1 Newton force for 1 second would move at 1 metre per second and would have a momentum of 1 kg-N.

No. The mass of a proton (1.672622 x 10-27 kg) is only slightly less than the mass of a neutron (1.674927 x 10-27 kg).

No

1.66 X 10 -27 kg (mass of proton/neutron)/9.109 X 10 -31 kg ( mass of electron) = 1822 times greater ===============

A car; it has much greater mass. A car is about 1000 kg or more; a bike might be 30 kg or less.

The unit of Inertia is kg and the Moment of Inertia is kg*m^2