Question 5. A passenger in a moving bus is thrown forward when the bus is suddenly stopped. This is explained (a) by Newtons first law (b) by Newtons second law (c) by Newtons third law (d) by the principle of conservation of momentum Answer

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Dileep Vishwakarma

1 year ago

When the speeding bus stops suddenly, the lower part of the passengers's body in contact with the seat mains at rest whereas the upper part of the body of the passengers continues to be in state of motion due to inertia. Hence, the passengers are thrown forward.

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