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# Mass vs Weight

## Mass measures of the amount of matter of an object, while Weight measures the pull of gravity on an object.

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## Mass vs Weight

by Larisa Baker //basic
Definition of weight and how to calculate the weight of an object.
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## Would your mass and weight be the same?

by Steve Fode //basic
Definition of weight and how to calculate the weight of an object.
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## Mass vs Weight Section 3.11

by Jannine Tuttle //basic
Definition of weight and how to calculate the weight of an object.
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## Mass vs Weight

by Michelle Gallivan //basic
Definition of weight and how to calculate the weight of an object.
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• Real World Application

## BMI vs. Weight

by Robert Caine //basic
Discover how body mass index is calculated, why it is a better indicator of body fatness than weight, and how it can be used to determine an individual's weight status category.
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• Flashcards

## Mass vs Weight

by Ellaine Chou //basic
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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