Weight and Mass
Q. When you attach an object to the hook of a spring balance, you get
Q. What is the value of acceleration due to gravity on the moon?
Q. What is the mass of an object whose weight on Earth is 98 N assuming g= 10 m/s^2 ?
- 980 kg
- 0.1 kg
- 9.8 kg
- 10 kg
If the mass of a ball is 5kg on the Earth, then what would be its mass on Jupiter?
Q. Mass of an object mostly remains ____ throughout the universe.
Q. Which of these measurements would be different on Mars than on Earth?
Q. Which instrument is used to measure the weight of an object ?
- Screw gauge
- Meter scale
Astronauts feel weightless in International Space Stations due to zero gravity.
Q. Choose the correct answer regarding the weight of an object.
- Weight of an object on earth is the force of attraction by the Earth on that object.
- Weight pulls the object downward.
- Weight of an object on the Earth is different from the weight of the same object on the Moon.
- Weight is the same for every object.
Weight of an astronaut and his space suit on Earth is 60 kgf and 30 kgf respectively. Their combined weight on Moon will be