Because it hasn't got any extra mass inside it.
No - you do not weigh less.
No, just because a human is in water, doesn't mean they will weigh less. Humans would weight the same if they were in pudding, so humans do not weigh less in water.
in an airplane
less then you. :)
An empty gas container actually weighs less than a full container.
What ever was in the cylinder had weight of its' own. When the cylinder was emptied, only the weight of the cylinder was left.
an empty bow depending on its size can weigh between 2 oz. to 100 oz. it can though weigh less or more depending like i said on the size of the box
The center of mass is more closer to the
Helium has a lower density than air, therefore replacing the air in the barrel with helium decreases the mass of the barrel system thus the weight is decreased.
The air (within the ship) is less dense than water.,
Also, no visible leaks in the lines, all brake pads were changed less than 4 months ago. Master Cylinder has been going dry in 2 days time, now there are absolutely no brakes after I filled it back up today.
my j14 (1999) weights a little less than 1000lbs empty. It is the heaviest of the skiff models.
a filled in circle/dot means "greater than or eaqual to/less than or equal to" (depending on which way the arrow is pointing. an empty cirlce means only "greater than/less than". the greater than/less than symbol with the line under it will indicate the filled in circle. the normal greater than/less than symbol willl indicate the hollow cirlce