They are quite different things. The relationship between the two is: weight = mass x gravity.
For more information about the difference between the two, check the Wikipedia article on "Mass versus weight".
No. The weight is the mass times the acceleration. W=ma. The weight can be zero if the acceleration is zero, even if the mass is positive. Mass and weight are not the same thing.
weight and mass are the same thing essentially. weight is a measurement of mass. so technically the answer to your question is yes
No proper data can be used to determine a falsehood, and since mass and weight are NOT the same thing there can be no such data.
You don't they are the same thing.
The most important thing is that mass is not the same as weight.Mass is the same everywhere in the universe; it refers to how much stuff a thing is made of.Weight is the measurement of gravity on an object. So when gravity changes, weight changes. However, mass will always stay the same.Weight will be less on the moon.Mass is the same no matter where the object is!
yes, mass and weight are the same thing. mass is just the scientific name for weight.
Weight and mass are not the same thing. While weight referrers to the force applied by gravity over an object in relation to its mass and is measured in Newtons, mass is measured in Kilograms. The relation between these two measurements is:1kg = 9'8N
Anything that can be weighed in pounds contains mass. But weight and mass are not the same thing.
Mass and weight are the same thing. *Mass and weight are not the same thing. Mass is the measurement of matter within the object and weight is the force applied to the object from gravity. So, to answer your question a star would have much more mass than weight because there is very little gravity affecting the Sun.
Yes its the same thing.
they arent weight is how much air is pressuring down on you
A kilogram is a measure of mass, not of weight. They are not the same thing!
The relations between mass and weight are that mass shows how much an object contains. This is about the same thing as weight - how much an object contains.
No. Weight is defined as the product of mass and gravitational acceleration.W = ma
FALSE. Mass is a measure of the amount of matter within an object. Weight is the force of gravity on a mass. To get weight from mass, multiply mass by the gravitational constant of whatever planet you are on. MASS IS NOT WEIGHT!!!
they are the same thing.
Because mass & weight are both used in a type of way of measurement of weighing an item. Because most people can't differentiate between two distinct scientific terms. Mass and weight are not the same thing.
Mass is the amount of matter and weight is the effect of gravity on the matter (or material). We use the same type of units for both of them such as pounds or kilograms and, in general, the mass of an object is the same as its weight based on the pull of gravity at the surface of the earth. On other planets or different altitudes, or in space, the weight will be differetn but the mass will still be the same.
Basically by weighing it. Although mass is not the same as weight, if you know the weight and the gravity, you can calculate the mass.Basically by weighing it. Although mass is not the same as weight, if you know the weight and the gravity, you can calculate the mass.Basically by weighing it. Although mass is not the same as weight, if you know the weight and the gravity, you can calculate the mass.Basically by weighing it. Although mass is not the same as weight, if you know the weight and the gravity, you can calculate the mass.
Mass and weight do not mean the same thing. Mass is how much matter is in an object, and is constant on any planet, with any gravitational pull. Mass is measured in Kilos and Grams or in Pounds or Ounces. Weight means how much gravity is affecting the mass of an object, and what the measure of the force is. Weight is measured in Newtons. Mass and weight are commonly mixed up because on Earth, mass is equal to weight, and pounds or kilos are more easy to read then newtons to the average Joe.
No. The relationship is: weight = mass x gravity Mass causes both weight, and inertia. Weight is the force of attraction by gravity, and also depends on the gravitational field, not just on the mass. For more information, check the Wikipedia article "Mass versus weight".
And what particular human are you referring to? Also, I am a bit rusty about this, are weight and mass the same thing?
Atomic weight and Atomic mass number mean the same thing. that is the combined weight of the protons and neutrons in an atoms nucleus as (electrons do no count towards atomic mass because they are too small)
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Atomic mass is the mass of an atom Atomic weight is the average mass of an atom based on the abundance of different isotopes No, because mass and weight are two different things. Weight is gravitational pull, while mass is how much matter there is in an object.