Yes a constant weight would be important to maintain or gain muscle mass.
Constant weight fluctuations are not a good thing, a pound wont matter
Other wise they die !
it is relatively constant
Homeostasis: the ability of an animal to maintain a constant internal environment
No, no one , nothing on this planet has a constant temperature.
This is a very broad question since there are many different types of homeostasis. It is possible to maintain a constant temperature, or a constant location, or a constant pH, or a constant velocity, or a constant luminosity, etc. etc. Without knowing what parameter you are concerned about, there is no point in describing a method of obtaining homeostasis.
Yes a constant weight would be important to maintain or gain muscle mass. Constant weight fluctuations are not a good thing, a pound wont matter
the weight will decrease
The gravity on Earth is constant.
Weight = Mass x (Local Gravitational Constant)/(Standard Gravitational COnstant)
Weight in a constant gravitational field is also constant, regardless of any surroundings. The weight will be two newtons underwater as well.
why is eulers constant important
i just learned about that and i think it is weight.
Weight would not exist w/o gravity. Weight is defined as mass times the force of gravity acting on that weight. Mass is constant, density is constant, and volume is constant, if gravity is the only variable.
The weight distribution is constant because fluids transmit pressure evenly.
The weight of a person is not constant at all places on the Earth. The weight becomes zero at the center of the earth or far away from the Earth.
No. they are not
Yes. For most purposes, weight is a constant multiple of mass.