What weighs more 1 kilogram of feathers or 1 kilogram of bricks?
1 kg of feathers vs. 1 kg of bricks
Kilograms are a measure of mass, not weight (weight is a type of force, which is measured in newtons or pounds-force). It depends entirely on where you measure them, but if measured in the exact same place, they would weigh exactly the same too.
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The bricks and the feathers have the same weight. -- The bricks and the feathers have the same mass. -- The feathers have more volume than the bricks. -- The bricks have more density than the feathers. -- Neither the package of bricks nor the package of feathers is edible. -- The bricks definitely sink in water, whereas the feathers may float on water. -- When dropped through air, the feathers fall slower than…
Neither is heavier or lighter than the other. They both have the same weight. Namely, one pound. Strange as it may seem, they both also have the same mass, namely 0.4536 kilogram. (rounded) This is a very old and venerated trick question whos answer lies in the question. A pound is a pound, no matter the material. There will be many more feathers than bricks, but they will weigh the same.
The answer is very much the same as the answer to the question: "Which weighs most, hot water, cold water, or water colored green ?" The answer, of course, is: That depends on how much you have of each substance. One thing we can definitely guarantee: A pound of bricks, a pound of cheese, and a pound of feathers all have precisely the same, identical, and indistinguishable weight.
If someone asks you "which is heavier, a POUND of bricks or a POUND of feathers" they are equal because they both weigh a pound. I say a pound of bricks is heavier In general the both weigh the same amount when it comes to a pound. Not a single brick and a single feather Everyone knows a brick weighs more than a feather.