Q: Weight is the (blank) acting on an object?

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weight, The weight of an object is the force of gravity acting on it.

the more matter an object contains the greater its blank and the more it will blank

the WEIGHT of the object.

the weigt of an object downward.

Type your answer here... it means that measure the weight of object.Because weight of an object =force of gravity acting on it

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weight, The weight of an object is the force of gravity acting on it.

the more matter an object contains the greater its blank and the more it will blank

the WEIGHT of the object.

the weigt of an object downward.

"Weight" is a measure of gravitational force acting on an object.

Type your answer here... it means that measure the weight of object.Because weight of an object =force of gravity acting on it

The force of gravity between the Earth and an object on its surface is what we call the object's "weight". What is not generally appreciated is that the object attracts the Earth toward it with the same force. This means that whatever your weight is on Earth, it's the same as the Earth's weight on you.

Weight is the measurement of gravitational force on an object, relevant to Earth.

The upward force acting on an object is the normal force. It is equal in magnitude, but opposite in direction to the object's weight.

gravity

You call that the "weight" of the object.

That is called the object's weight.