Our latest physics assignment was think-about-it-physics, not actual math physics. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A milk jug sits on top of a sheet of paper. If this sheet of paper is pulled quickly from under the jug, the jug will not topple over. What explains this the best? A. The jug has a lot of mass B. The jug does not have a lot of mass C. The jug has inertia D. None of the above 2. Relevant equations I wish there were equations to use... 3. The attempt at a solution Well, long story short, my friend and I (Who were supposed to be working on this together) got in a huge argument over if it is C or D. (I'm pretty sure that those were the choices for A and B. The point is, they weren't the answer) I put down D, because inertia just didn't sound/feel right. It probably is. She pointed out that inertia would hold it there, because inertia is *basically* the tendency of an object to resist changes in motion. So it wouldn't topple. But see, here's the thing- pulling something from beneath WOULD change its inertia. But does pulling it out faster make it so that it doesn't affect inertia? I say D, because I think it's something else- I just don't know what it is. :tongue: PLEEEEASE help me. I know it's easy, but we both over-analyze. Sucks for us.