when it is in motion
the length of something is a physical property of matter and that includes centimeters
Extrinsic Physical Property. <-- Physical Science Bookwork in Nova Net.
"Specific gravity" or "specific density"
It is a chemical property. A chemical property is a characteristic of matter that allows it to change to a different type of matter.
Gravity is a force pulling together all matter (which is anything you can physically touch). The more matter, the more gravity, so things that have a lot of matter such as planets and moons and stars pull more strongly.
Mass is the property of matter on which gravity act upon.
Gravity is not well understood. It is a property of matter.
The specific gravity is an intensive property because it's independent of amount of matter.
The property of matter that is not affected by gravity is mass. An object has the same mass regardless of the force of gravity, however it's weight can vary. Weight is the force of gravity acting on the mass of an object.
Yes, the moon has gravity. In fact, all matter has gravity, that is a basic property of matter. Your fingernail has gravity. Not very much, of course, but it does have some.
Gravity is not matter (dark or light), it is a property of mass and space that results in forces. Matter and force are entirely different things.
Mass of an object influences the force of gravity on it.
Nothing, it is a property of matter. However that said, Gravity can collapse matter making it more dense.
gravity is sometimes detemined by mass.everything is a property to be associated with all matter (with mass) in the universe
No. Gravity is a property of matter that produces force. But there's no way a force is going to 'become' gravity, although a constant linear acceleration would be indistinguishable from gravity.
No. Fat causes weight.. Gravity is simply used to measure it.answ2. Mass is a property of matter. Mass times acceleration equals weight.Gravity is indeed a property of matter, but doesn't really enter the simple picture of weight.