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# What is the connection between mass weight and gravity?

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###### Answered 2010-05-05 00:06:15

Weight = Mass x Gravity

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

The mass of the object, the mass of the object that is attracting it and the distance between their centres of gravity.So your weight on the moon will depend on your mass, the moon's mass and the distance from your centre of gravity to the moon's.The mass of the object, the mass of the object that is attracting it and the distance between their centres of gravity.So your weight on the moon will depend on your mass, the moon's mass and the distance from your centre of gravity to the moon's.The mass of the object, the mass of the object that is attracting it and the distance between their centres of gravity.So your weight on the moon will depend on your mass, the moon's mass and the distance from your centre of gravity to the moon's.The mass of the object, the mass of the object that is attracting it and the distance between their centres of gravity.So your weight on the moon will depend on your mass, the moon's mass and the distance from your centre of gravity to the moon's.

Weight and inertia are both related to mass. Inertia is the same, whether there is gravity or not. Weight also depends on gravity. If there is no gravity, an object will have no weight, no matter what its mass is.

Mass is the quantitiy of matter. But weight is the force of pull on the mass due to gravity. So mass is invariant where as weight depends on the gravity. If acceleration due to gravity is zero, then weight too becomes zero. So in free space mass exists but weight vanishes.

well weight depends on mass and gravity so gravity depends on mass. e.g weight=mass X gravity

The relationship is: weight = mass x gravity If the mass is specified in kilograms and the gravity in meters/second2, the force will be in newton.

No. Mass is independent of gravity, but weight is a function of gravity and mass.

Mass is not affected by gravity. Weight is the result of the force of gravity acting on mass.

The difference is that the mass density not effect by gravity but weight density effect by gravity. for example if mass density cotn in earth equal to 20 kg/m3 and weight density equal to 196.2 N/m3 this cotn will change the weight density in the moon but mass density not change because gravity moon diffrent to gravity earth mass density =mass/volume (no gravity) weight density= (mass * gravity)/volume (gravity)

The mass is basically NOT affected by gravity. The weight IS affected, and it is equal to mass x gravity.

Weight is the pull of a gravity field on a massGravity is the result of a distortion in space-time produced by a mass.

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.

The weight is dependent on the mass. Mass is the same everywhere but since weight is mass * acceleration due to gravity, weight is the dependent variable.

Gravity is the cause of weight, but it has no effect on mass.

Mass is the amount of matter that an object has. Weight is the effect gravity has on an object.

An object's weight is its mass multiplied by its acceleration due to gravity. by ajinath

Weight is a force. Gravity is an acceleration. Therefore, mass multiplied by gravity gives you weight.

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.

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