Inertia is essentially an object's resistance to acceleration. When a volleyball player sends the ball flying, its inertia is what keeps it moving with speed. If inertia didn't exist, the ball would fall straight to the ground, and the game would be extremely boring.
yes, the physics of inertia apply everywhere that inertia will be
Yes it does
gravity and friction along with inertia
Yes it does.
the tendency of a body to resist acceleration
the inertia is the force at wich an object is moving the heavier the object the further it will travel i think could be wrong but what do you think
Someone moving fast on a skateboard will find it hard to stop quickly because his body has inertia and will resist the change.
If the mass and acceleration of the volleyball are known, the force acting on it can be found using the above equation.
force summation appiles to every sport
itll breack your fingers or hit you in the face