mass is how much an object weighs. If you weigh 150 pounds, then you have a mass of 150 lbs (you can say pounds if you want instead of lbs, it is just the abbreviation for pounds). if you weigh 100 kilograms, then you have a mass of 100 kg( you can say kilograms or kilo's if you want, kg is just the abbreviation).
I would weigh 170 pounds. You would weigh 100 pounds on mercury but that has no effect on what I weigh.
If you weighed 100 pounds on Earth you would then weigh 16.55 pounds (rounded) on the mercury
You would weigh about 91 pounds.
On Saturn, you'd weigh 115 pounds.
Every mass has gravity. If you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, then you would weigh about 16 pounds on the moon.
Gravitational pull affects the weight of objects, but not their mass. Therefore, if you weigh 100 pounds on earth you will weigh much less on the moon; however, your mass will remain the same.
On Mars you would weigh only 37.7 pounds.
The average 7th grader might weigh from about seventy pounds to about 100 pounds. This varies greatly depending on height, bone structure, and muscle mass.
You would weigh 90.7lbs.
If you weigh 100 pounds on Earth you would weigh about 38 pounds on Mars.
A person who weighs 100 pounds here would weigh 5.0968 pounds on Makemake.
I say about 100 pounds
cheetah's weigh 110 to 140 pounds :) 75-150 pounds. they weigh any wheres to 40 to 100 pounds
Well they say Josh lost 100 pounds so he weigh 100 pounds before
You should weigh about 100 or over pounds
.22 pounds. or 3.52 ounces
If you weighed 42.3 pounds here on Earth you would weigh 100 pounds on Jupiter.
100 US gallons of water is about 835 pounds.
If you weigh 100 pounds on earth, you would weigh:38 pounds on Mercury91 pounds on Venus38 pounds on Mars234 pounds on Jupiter106 pounds on Saturn119 pounds on Neptune6 pounds on Pluto
It depends, it can be 10 pounds, can be 100 pounds, can be 0.00000000001 pounds.
100 US quarters weigh 1.25 (1 1/4) pounds.
Giraffes weigh about 100-150 pounds at birth.
The Bluecat and Shovelhead can weigh up to and over 100 pounds.
Why do you call him "a 100 lb. person" ? Is it because he weighs 100 pounds on Earth ? If so, then he's made of 45.36 kilograms of mass. If he takes his 45.36 kg of mass to the moon, it weighs 16.55 pounds there. If he takes his 45.36 kg of mass to Mars, it weighs 37.95 pounds there.