Does inertia cease to act when gravitational mass is under consideration?

What is the difference between Inertial mass and gravitational mass(if any)?

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TopNewestINERTIA NEVER CEASE , AND THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE INERTIAL MASS AND THE GRAVITATIONAL MASS AS BOTH OF THEM DEPENDS ON THE ACCELRATION

Inertial mass is a quantitative measure of an object's resistance to changes in velocity, (acceleration).

Gravitational mass is a quantitative measure that is proportional to the magnitude of the gravitational force which is

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True, but it lacks a distinct explanation of which i am in great need. How does inertial mass depend on acceleration? Inertial mass is the mass by virtue of the amount of matter contained in a body.

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