An object is transported from Earth to deep space, far from any stars or planets. What happens to the mass and weight of the object?
Both the weight and mass of the object change.
Neither the weight nor the mass of the object change.
The weight of the object changes, the mass stays the same
The mass of the object changes, the weight stays the same

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  1. two strong permanent magnets are placed one inch apart. which two fundamental forces will most affect them.
    Weak and gravity
    Strong and electromagnetic
    Gravity and strong
    Electromagnetic and gravity

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  2. mass is m, kilograms, does not depend on local gravity.
    weight is m g, Newtons, depends on local gravity.

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  3. Which do you think? (I assume they are on earth :)

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