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force, or as described on Earth, WEIGHT.

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Mass is an inherent property of matter. Weight is determined by gravity.


Since gravity is basically a force then, it is determined by both mass and size. Also weight.


No. The surface gravity of a planet is determined by its mass and radius.


Weight is determined by gravity for it is the cause of forces between masses.


By the mass of the attracting object, and by its distance.


No. Mass is the amount of material in your body. Your weight is determined by gravity, and will increase as gravity increases, but the actual mass of your body is not affected by gravity.


Because modern science has determined that MASS is responsible for gravity.


The weight or mass of the entire matter found in the universe is determined not only by gravity but also are inluenced by the strong and weak nuclear forces that affects the atoms nucleus and its components


Mass is the amount of matter contained in an object. Gravity is determined by the mass of two objects and the distance between them. Weight is the resulting force.


weight = mass * g , where g is the gravity constant = 9.8 .so weight can be determined.


mass is the actual ''density'' of an object. whereas weight is determined by gravity and mass w=m*g hope this helps


Gravity is determined by the mass of an object. An object with twice the mass will have twice the gravitational pull. Since the moon is much smaller (has a lot less mass) than earth, the gravity on the moon is less than on earth.


Yes, because weight it determined by gravity. Its mass however, does not.


The escape velocity is determined by the gravity of the planet which in turn is determined by the mass and size of the planet


Weight is a function of gravity. Gravity is determined by proximity to mass. At the point of the big bang, all the mass of the universe (which is said to be infinite) was compressed to a single point. Therefore the pull of gravity, and thus the weight of that mass would also be infinite.


Gravity is determined by mass. Everything with mass has gravitational pull (including you). Planets with more mass have higher gravitational pulls


In science weight means the heaviness or mass of an object. It is determined by the local acceleration of gravity times the mass of the body.


Not accurately. Weight is a function of gravity acting on mass. Objects underground have gravity pulling them up as well as down.


If you went to Mars, your mass would remain exactly the same. You would weigh considerably less. Mass is determined by a balance. Weight is determined by how hard you push down against gravity.


Another moon would not affect Earth's gravity. The gravity a body exerts is determined by its mass, not by the mass of objects affected by it. This would, however affect other things, chief among them tides, which are controlled by the gravity of the moon.


The earth has mass, and that's why it has gravity. Mass begets gravity. Anything with mass automatically has gravity. Gravity is the "dent" in spacetime made by a mass.


Though weight is effected by gravity, mass is not affected by gravity.Actually mass is affected by gravity. Although the amount of mass is not affected by gravity, mass itself is.


No - the gravity of Earth is due to its mass.No - the gravity of Earth is due to its mass.No - the gravity of Earth is due to its mass.No - the gravity of Earth is due to its mass.


Earth has more mass. Gravity is proportional to mass.Earth has more mass. Gravity is proportional to mass.Earth has more mass. Gravity is proportional to mass.Earth has more mass. Gravity is proportional to mass.


moon duh less mass u wouldn't weigh less but u would be lighter on the moon.Another answer:You would weigh less on the moon.Your mass would not change (mass is not determined by gravity) but your weight would be less (weight is determined by gravity).



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