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## Does mass make a difference?

Mass the amount of matter than an object is made of. **Mass does not change with gravity. Weight the amount of gravity acting on (pulling down on) an object (or mass).**

## Is everyone’s mass the same?

Mass is a scientific measure of the amount of matter an object is made up of. **No matter where you are at given moment in time, mass is constant. So, whether you’re walking to the shop to stock up on groceries or bouncing around on the moon, your mass is the same.**

## Is a person’s weight the same as their mass?

We often use the words ‘mass’ and ‘weight’ interchangeably, but they mean quite different things. **Your mass is the same no matter where you go in the universe; your weight, on the other hand, changes from place to place. Mass is a measure of how much force it will take to change that path.**

## Why the mass of the body do not change but weight does?

The weight of the body is actually given by the product of mass with acceleration due to gravity. So, we could conclude that, mass of a body doesn’t change from place to place but weight does. u2234 Weight of a body changes from place to place but its **mass remains constant. So, the correct answer is Option A.**

## Does mass affect anything?

Mass is important because of two major factors affecting how things move in space: **inertia and gravity. The more mass something has, the more of both it experiences. Gravity is also proportional to how much mass each thing has. The bigger an object is, the larger the gravitational pull it exerts.**

## Is mass better than weight?

Usually, the relationship between mass and weight on Earth is **highly proportional; objects that are a hundred times more massive than a one-liter bottle of soda almost always weigh a hundred times moreapproximately 1,000 newtons, which is the weight one would expect on Earth from an object with a mass slightly greater **

## Does mass affect how heavy something is?

**As your body grows, you will have more mass, which also means you will weigh more. That’s because when you’re on the earth, the amount of gravity that pulls on you stays the same. So when your mass changes, so does your weight!**

## Does mass matter in weight?

**Mass is independent of gravity and is therefore different from weight. The force with which an object near the Earth or another celestial body is attracted toward the center of the body by gravity. An object’s weight depends on its mass (the amount of matter it consists of) and the strength of the gravitational pull.**

## Does everyone have the same mass?

No matter where you are in the universe, **your mass is always the same: mass is a measure of the amount of matter which makes up an object. This is what differentiates mass from weight: we will have the same mass anywhere in the universe regardless of what bodies we are near.**

## Is your mass the same?

**your mass will be the same as it is on earth because mass does not change with change in gravity . on the other hand , because the gravitational force on moon is much less than the earth ( 83 % or about 5/6 ) so your weight will be approx 1/6th of earth. Locally your mass is always measured to be the same.**

## Is an object’s mass always the same?

As such, a pound is a unit of weight, not of mass. An object’s mass is its ability to resist changes in the speed or direction of its motion, and **it is always the same regardless of what forces are acting upon it**

## Is your weight actually your mass?

We often use the words ‘mass’ and ‘weight’ interchangeably, but they mean quite different things. Your mass is the same no matter where you go in the universe; your weight, on the other hand, **changes from place to place. Mass is a measure of how much force it will take to change that path.**