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It must be the same if it is 1kg in both situations, no?
But doesn't it depend on what you mean by "mass" and "weigh"?
The weigh and the mass are different. The weigh is a force, kinda gravity acceleration applied to a mass. So, as the gravity is lower on the moon than on the earth, the weigh on the moon is lower than on earth.LG<
I couldn't have said it better myself, LG.Well, actually I could have said it slightly better. (You see "weigh" is a verb, "weight" being the corresponding noun; your weight is how much you weigh.)But apart from that, your answer is exactly right. Well done!
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