If your mass for example is 10 kg then your weight is 98 newton as the weight=mass *gravity ; weight=mass*9.8 , other example if you went to the moon your mass won`t change but your weight will as gravity changed.
They are all measurements of weight or mass.
Because mass and weight refer to two different measurements. The mass of an object relates to quantity and never changes where as the weight of an object is based on gravitational force and can therefore change with the forces acting upon it.
Volume & mass (weight).
Mass= # of particles/ matter weight= the force of gravity Examples: your mass is the same on every planet, Your weight is different on different planets
The weight will be different.
Both systems have measurements for distance, area, volume, and mass or weight.
No, but weight is. Mass is constant.
height and weight
Different measurements: Mass/Weight= grams(g) Volume= liters (L) Length= meters (m)
Gram is a weight measurement. Cups is a volume measurement. There is no direct conversion between the two as every object has a different mass.
Weight is the pounds you weight. While mass is the voulume around you.
It's impossible to tell someone's measurements just by body weight. Everyone has a different frame and carries their weight in different places.
Mass is the mass, weight is mass with gravity acting upon it
a "cc" means cubic centimeter, which is a measure of volume (space). But "mg" is milligrams, which is a measure of mass (weight). Volume and mass are two different kinds of measurements.
No. The same mass (informally: "amount of substance") can have a different weight, depending on the gravity.No. The same mass (informally: "amount of substance") can have a different weight, depending on the gravity.No. The same mass (informally: "amount of substance") can have a different weight, depending on the gravity.No. The same mass (informally: "amount of substance") can have a different weight, depending on the gravity.
You can't compare WEIGHT with MASS - those two are used to measure quite different things. It doesn't make sense to say that they are the same, or that they are different. You can only compare mass with mass, or weight with weight.
In metric system there are: Meters->distance or length Grams->mass Liters->volume Newtons->weight or pull of gravity or force
The answer depends on the earliest measurements of WHAT: time, distance, mass/weight, ...
weight is different in different gavities but mass is not, volume is not involved
Well mass is different from weight in one major way. Mass is how easily something can lift more than weight being how heavy an object is. For example a balloon has mass, but a person carries weight.
Weight and mass are fundamentally different things, and they are measured in different units (newton, versus kilograms). Weight is caused by mass, but it also depends on gravity. The formula is: weight = gravity x mass Mass also causes inertia.
Weight and mass are not the same thing. While weight referrers to the force applied by gravity over an object in relation to its mass and is measured in Newtons, mass is measured in Kilograms. The relation between these two measurements is:1kg = 9'8N
Mass and weight are different notions in a correct physics terminology.
Gravity is the cause of the forces that give weight to mass.
it is all to do with the gravity compaired to the mass. mass is different to weight.