According to Newton's first law, massive objects have more inertia than small objects, which means it takes more force to move bigger things than smaller ones.
inertia is the property of mass and it directly depends on the magnitude of the mass of the object
So we can say that if the body has larger mass then it must have more inertia
So as we know by the Newton's first law that if there is no unbalanced force on the objector system of mass then there is no change in the state of motion of the object.
So if the state of motion is at rest then the object will remain at rest always while the state of motion is in motion then it will remain in motion
Now if we would like to change the inertia of the object then it require more force for an object with larger inertia
So here we can say
according to newton's first law, massive objects have MORE inertia than small objects, which means it takes more force to move bigger things than smaller ones
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