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why an athlete continuous his motion after reaching its finish line?

why an  athlete continuous his motion after reaching its finish line?

Asked Shivangi

Answer:

This is a consequence of inertia of motion. When the athlete reaches the finishing line, he will be at a high speed. Due to inertia he continues his motion

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