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Planet Estimated Mass of Planet (1023 kg)
W 6.4
X 3.3
Y 59.7
Z 48.7
On which planet would an object weigh the most?

(1 point)

on planet Z

on planet W

on planet Y

on planet X

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  1. The one with the greatest mass.

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  2. thank you

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  3. 1. planet y
    2. Mass is the same everywhere. Weight depends on the force of gravity.
    3.The gravitational force on the moon is weaker than on Earth.
    4.The textbook has a stronger attraction to Earth.

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  4. obito is 100% right for Conexus students

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  5. @Obito is 100% correct!!

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