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What are some similarities between mass and weight? someone please answer it's very important!?

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they're are different things but they go hand in hand. the more mass the body has, the more it weighs by units of mass it has.

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In scientific contexts, mass refers loosely to the amount of "matter" in an object (though "matter" may be difficult to define), whereas weight refers to the force experienced by an object due to gravity.

Weight is how gravity is affecting the mass of an object. While mass stays the same no matter where it is, the weight of an object changes depending on how strong the gravity is where the object is

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Weight depends on something else.
Mass is the same all of the time no matter what.

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Im not sure you will understand this. But here goes.!

Gravity on earth is greatly influenced by around 80% by solar magnetic radiation.

That force cause mass of neutrons wich is present in all things. to be temporaly charged negativly wich cause us to weight more or less.

Mass goes in as Neutron mass. The more neutron a body has, the more heavy it can become.

if i take a golf ball and bombard it with neutrons and then shoot a few protons on it.

I will end up having a golf ball that weight as much as a town bus. (for a approximatly 24 hours).

Mass and weight are part of the same equation. Weight will be higher if mass is higher.


In some rare case you can have heavy mass object that weight praticly nothing.
(that is because the neutron mass is charged with the charge as solar radiation.)

I heard there was more then just + and -. There's suppose to have 4 poles. we know only 2!

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both are affected by how much there is of the object/substance?

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