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Mass is measured in kilograms (kg).
Weight is the gravitational force acting on an object with mass.
Weight is measured in newtons (N).
The gravitational field strength on Earth is 9.8 N/kg.
The weight of an object depends only on its mass.
An object with mass experiences the same gravitational force on the Moon as on Earth.
The formula for weight is W=m×g.
Gravitational field strength g is equivalent to the acceleration due to free fall.
The gravitational field strength on the Moon is approximately 9.8 N/kg.
An astronaut\’s mass on the Moon is the same as on Earth.
An astronaut\’s weight on the Moon is greater than on Earth.
If two objects balance a scale on Earth, they will also balance on the Moon.
A spring balance measures the weight of an object.
The weight of a 3.0 kg mass on Earth is 29.4 N.
The weight of a 3.0 kg mass on the Moon is 29.4 N.