Similarities between Mass and Weight?

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There are a few shared similarities between mass and weight. They are both measurements of an object and everything on our planet has a measurable mass and weight. Neither are effected by volume, as the volume of a hot air balloon, which is considerably larger than that of an anvil, has a much lower mass and weight. Mass and weight are effected by matter directly. The mass of a neutron star is so high that a simple drinking straw may weigh close to one ton.
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