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Consider a 100-kg box of tools in location:

A: on Earth

B: on the Moon

C: on Jupiter.

Rank from greatest to the least the a) masses of the 100 kg box of tools and b) the weights of the 100-kg box of tools.

  1. DrBob222

    Mass is the same no matter where.
    Weight is greatest on planet with largest G and smallest on planet with smallest G.

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