Change in momentum is called impulse; the magnitude of impulse is based on the amount of opposing force and the time span over which that force is applied.
4. Inertia: an object’s tendency to resist any change in its state of motion.
5. When driving through a curve, inertia creates the sensation that you are being pulled toward the outside of the curve. Why does this happen? Because you are traveling in a straight line, and inertia wants to keep you going in a straight line