Size matters All things being equal, size matters. If you have a truck-sized hunk of, say, lead (Pb), it will have more mass than a peanut-sized piece of the same material. But if you have two dissimilar materials, then size can be deceiving. Because materials have different densities, a small object may actually be more massive (that is, it may weigh more) than a much larger object. Shape has nothing to do with mass or weight.
To summarise, Mass = Volume X Density.
It depends on the size and the shape of composition
There is no single, simple answer to that. The required speed would also depend on the rock's mass, its shape, and both the thickness and size of the window.
The quality of a rock that is based on the shape and size is its texture.
It would depend on what type of rock, and whether the rock was a replica of a car shape with interior spaces included or just a blob of rocks shaped to resemble the rough shape and size of a car.
its depend on the size of it i looked in the dictionary
Gravity doesn't depend on size and shape of objects, it depends on mass. Gravity is an invisible force which causes objects to move towards each other and gravity depends on the mass of the object.
The shape and the size of a toy balloons doesn't depend on the kind of gas inside.
It depends on the size of the rock.
i think its the size of the rock
luminosity and temperature depend on their size but also on their mass
Chemical properties do not depend upon size or shape.
Conglomerate rock could be any shape or size, but the rocks contained within the conglomerate rock are rounded or smoothed.
It depends on the size of its container
it would depend on the size and shape
Yes. The shape (and size) of a molecule determines the physical and chemical properties of that substance. Biochemical reactions, for example, is greatly effected by size and shape of molecules. The senses also depend on molecule shape and size!
depends on the size,shape and whieght of the rock
Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of size. An object with a mass of 60 kilograms can be just about any size, depending on its shape and density.
no. eventhough the time doesnot depend on the mass of the bodies, the shape and size of the body cause different air resistance which resists the motion.
The Purity && The Shape AND size density
Two shapes that are the same size and same shape are said to be congruent. They can still vary in mass.
the shape and size of the sediments