anonymous
  • anonymous
An object is transported to three different planets in our solar system. Which of the following is true about that object? A. The object’s mass and weight both change. B. The object’s mass and weight stay the same. C. The object’s mass changes, but its weight stays the same. D. The object’s weight changes, but its mass stays the same. ㄎ
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anonymous
  • anonymous
D
Astrophysics
  • Astrophysics
Well...Weight is a force, so we have \[\vec W = m \vec g\] so here the m is mass, and g is the gravitational field. So since you already have the answer...notice that weight depends on the gravity, so if the gravity of the planet changes the weight will to, and mass will be constant (stays the same).
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