 # Chapter 2 Measuring and Calculating. Chapter 2 Measuring and Calculating MASS and WEIGHT Commonly misunderstood quantities So take the time to learn.

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Chapter 2 Measuring and Calculating

Chapter 2 Measuring and Calculating MASS and WEIGHT Commonly misunderstood quantities So take the time to learn the differences between the two by filling in the table in your notes.

MASS WEIGHT Meaning Measurement of the amount of matter in an object Measurement of the gravitational force Variable/constant constantvariable Measured withbalanceScale UnitsGrams, kilograms, etc. Pounds, ounces, etc. AAAA

WEIGHT

STRENGTH OF GRAVITY DEPENDS ON SIZE AND DISTANCE

The earth’s size makes all other attractions inconsequential

MASS WEIGHT Meaning Measurement of the amount of matter in an object Measurement of the gravitational force Variable/constant constantvariable Measured withbalanceScale UnitsGrams, kilograms, etc. Pounds, ounces, etc. AAAA

Further you are away from earth …

Would you weigh the same on the moon?

MASS WEIGHT Meaning Measurement of the amount of matter in an object Measurement of the gravitational force Variable/constant constantvariable Measured withbalanceScale UnitsGrams, kilograms, etc. Pounds, ounces, etc. AAAA

MASS WEIGHT Meaning Measurement of the amount of matter in an object Measurement of the gravitational force Variable/constant constantvariable Measured withbalanceScale UnitsGrams, kilograms, etc. Pounds, ounces, etc.

\$ diet for losing weight … A A

Why is Superman soooo strong?

Homework  Worksheet Chapter 2-1

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