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The amount of matter in an object
The one that is a basic property of matter.
The one that stays the same no matter where you are.
The unit that goes with weight.
Your weight is lower on the moon than on Earth.
Mass is measured with a
The amount of force exerted by the gravitational force on an object is:
What is the SI unit used to measure weight?
True or False: All objects with mass have a gravitational force
You find the weight of an object to be 98 N on earth. What is this objects mass? If the same object was found to be on Jupiter, what would its NEW weight be? (Acceleration DTG on Jupiter is 24.79 m/s2
10 kg ; 247.9 N
1 kg ; 24.79 N
10 g ; 247.9 N
.1 kg ; 24.79 N
What would have the greater mass? A 35 N sack of bricks on the moon(g=1.62m/s2), or a 200 N sack of feathers on earth(g=9.8m/s2)?
The sack of bricks
The sack of feathers
They would have the same mass
The size of the gravitational force between two objects depend on their _______.
Masses and distance between them
Speed and Direction
Why do all of the planets orbit the sun rather than Earth?
the sun has more mass
the sun is a star
the Earth is heavier
the sun is in the middle of the milky way
True or False -
Mass and weight are the exact same thing.
What is the definition of MATTER?
A measure of gravitational pull on an object.
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
The measure of the size of an object.
Which one has more matter (therefore more mass)?
A bowling ball
The piece of equipment used to measure mass is called a ___________
triple beam balance
A spring scale (like the ones at grocery stores) is used to measure ____________________.
A triple beam balance is used to measure ____________.
Which would have the MOST mass?
On which celestial object (outer space) would your mass be the greatest?
Your mass doesn't change on different celestial objects