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avilesnba
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1the mass of the ball would be the same whether it was on Earth or on the moon. The mass just refers to how much "stuff" there is in the bowling ball. The weight though refers to the amount of force that we create and exert on the earth. Or in this case, both the Earth or the moon. The gravity on Earth is always > gravity = 9.8 m/s^2 < and the gravity on the moon is > gravity = 1.622 m/s^2 < therefore we would divide the bowling balls mass by either the earths or the moons gravity to figure out its weight on either one.
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