it is obviously the same weight because it say KILO for both!
They are the same weight
Because lighter and heavier refer to an objects weight - which has nothing to do with density ! For example - a kilo of feathers is heavier than half a kilo of lead - but lead is more dense !
Because lead is denser than copper (the individual atoms are heavier), you will need more copper atoms to make up a kilo of copper as compared to a kilo of lead.
They all would weigh the same amount, 1 Kilogram.
approximately 8 cups of plain flour in a Kilo
They weigh the same.
One kilo is 2.2 pounds.
They are both 1 Kilo. So, no.
No, being a kilo, they are both the same weight
A Kilo is heavier. 1 kilogram=2.2pounds
Neither. They are both one kilogram.
Yes, A kilo is almost 2 pounds.
It is not. They have exactly the same mass and so must have the same weight.
Caster sugar is heavier.
Lead is heavier. Because the density of lead is heavier than sand.
They weigh the same: 1 kilogram.
Lead is heavier than iron.
1 kilo of flour is about 8 cups
A kilogram is heavier. Kilo means 1000, so a kilogram is a 1000 grams. The prefix kilo~ denotes 1,000.
The two will have exactly the same mass, by definition. Assuming that kilo is the abbreviation for kilogram.
There's 1000grams in a kilo.
If 1,000 grams is Kilo. 500 grams, equals Half a Kilo