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Inertia: Property of an object to continue whatever it was doing or not changing its state.

Momentum: The quantity of motion in a moving body is called momentum. It is given as the product of mass and velocity.

Impulse: It is the product of force and the time for which it acts. It is equal to the change in linear momentum in that interval of time.
impulse acts for a very short time. it's units are the same as momentum. it is a vector quantity with magnitude |Ft| and direction same as the force.
Inertia is the tendency of an object to move in a straight line with constant speed
momentum is a force through which a can able to move 
impulse : change in momentum