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Mass and weight are two separate things. Mass is how much an object contains. Weight is how the mass is affected by gravity. To answer your question, no, it would not.

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0Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of weight. If you have a mass of 36 kilograms on the moon, then you would also have a mass of 36 kilograms on Earth. Your weight (in Newtons) would change, your mass (in kilograms) would not.Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of weight. If you have a mass of 36 kilograms on the moon, then you would also have a mass of 36 kilograms on Earth. Your weight (in Newtons) would change, your mass (in kilograms) would not.Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of weight. If you have a mass of 36 kilograms on the moon, then you would also have a mass of 36 kilograms on Earth. Your weight (in Newtons) would change, your mass (in kilograms) would not.Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of weight. If you have a mass of 36 kilograms on the moon, then you would also have a mass of 36 kilograms on Earth. Your weight (in Newtons) would change, your mass (in kilograms) would not.

Your mass would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth. Your weight on the moon would be about 16% of what it is on Earth.

Yes, a solid would have the same mass on the moon as it would on earth. An object's mass is independent of the force of gravity, so its mass would remain the same even in the absence of gravity (e.g. on a spaceship). What would change is the weight, which is measured with mass in proportion to gravity.

Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of weight. If you had a mass of 34 kg. on Earth, then you would also have a mass of 34 kg. on the Moon. Your weight on Earth would be about 340 Newton; on the Moon, 1/6 of this, or about 57 Newton.Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of weight. If you had a mass of 34 kg. on Earth, then you would also have a mass of 34 kg. on the Moon. Your weight on Earth would be about 340 Newton; on the Moon, 1/6 of this, or about 57 Newton.Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of weight. If you had a mass of 34 kg. on Earth, then you would also have a mass of 34 kg. on the Moon. Your weight on Earth would be about 340 Newton; on the Moon, 1/6 of this, or about 57 Newton.Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of weight. If you had a mass of 34 kg. on Earth, then you would also have a mass of 34 kg. on the Moon. Your weight on Earth would be about 340 Newton; on the Moon, 1/6 of this, or about 57 Newton.

weight=mass*gravitational constant Therefore, one's weight on the Moon would be different than on Earth, but his mass on both the Moon and the Earth would be the same.

If Earth had the same size but twice the mass you would weight twice as much

Yes. Gravity is related to mass. Increase the mass of the earth, and its gravity--and thus your weight--will increase.

Your weight on moon would be one-sixth of what your weight is on earth. The reason is because the mass of the moon is smaller as compared to the mass of earth, and your weight depends on the mass of the body you're walking on.

If you weighed 200kg on Earth you would weigh 33.2kg on the Moon. Your mass would stay the same.on earth the mass is equal to the weight.on the moon the weight will be inferior to the mass due to the smaller mass of the moon inducing less gravitational pull

Yes your weight would be greater.

The mass of a pumpkin on Earth is the same as its mass on the moon, on Mars, or anywhere else. Its mass is the same as its weight would be on Earth.

Your mass is the same wherever you go. Your weight on the moon is about 16.5% of what it is on Earth.

weight on jupiter=((mass of jupiter)*(Radius of earth)2/(mass of earth)*(Radius of jupiter)2)*weight on earth

Your weight would increase in direct proportion to that planet's mass.

Good question. Yes, your weight would change, but your mass would not. People often confuse weight with mass.If your mass is 50kg, then your weight on Earth is 500N - weight is a force, and it is equal to mass x acceleration due to gravity.Because the force of gravity on the moon is much less, about 1/6 of that on Earth, your weight would be about 80N. Your mass, however, would still be 50kg.

Your mass would be the same but your weight would decrease to 38% of what it is on earth. If you weigh 100 pounds on earth you would weigh 38 pounds on Mars. Mass is the same no matter where you are. Mass is basically the amount of matter an object has. Your rest MASS is constant anywhere in the Universe. Your weight will differ based on the Gravitational Field you are in. Because the gravitational Field on Earth would be different than that of Mars, you weight on Mars will be different than on Earth.

-- Your mass doesn't change, no matter where you are. -- Your weight on the moon is 16.5% of what it is on Earth.

the earth would be bigger...thats all. Your mass would not change, but your weight would.

An object from Earth would have the same mass, but a much smaller weight on an asteroid. Weight depends on gravity, but mass doesn't.

180 grams of mass ... liquid, solid, gas, whatever ... weighs about 6.35 ounces on Earth and about 1.05 ounces on the surface of the moon. Any mass on the moon weighs 16.55% of its Earth weight.

Your mass never changes (your weight would be one sixth of your earth weight on the moon though)

mass is the actual amount of matter weight is just how much mass it appears to with your body

Mass is the amount of matter in an object. Weight is the force of gravity acting on the mass of an object. On Earth these are essentially the same, mass is defined by how much you weigh on Earth. If, however, you went to the Moon where gravity is 1/6th that of the Earth, you would have 1/6th the Weight you have on Earth but the same amount of Mass.

False: Your mass would be the same but your weight would be less.

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