it is obviously the same weight because it say KILO for both!
Neither. The weigh the same.
They all would weigh the same amount, 1 Kilogram.
Because lighter and heavier refer to an objects weight - which has nothing to do with density ! For example - a kilo of feathers is heavier than half a kilo of lead - but lead is more dense !
It is not. They have exactly the same mass and so must have the same weight.
It's the same amount.
A kilogram of anything weighs a kilogram
No, both weigh a kilogram
What is heavier, a pound of lead or a pound of feathers?
Neither they both weigh a pound. However, a pound of feathers fills a large bag and a pound of lead is a rather small chunk.
Because lead is denser than copper (the individual atoms are heavier), you will need more copper atoms to make up a kilo of copper as compared to a kilo of lead.
There both 500 pounds.. SAME!
Lead is unquestionably heavier than an equal volume of feathers.
One kilogram of mass weighs about 2.2 pounds on earth and about 5.8 ounces on the moon. It doesn't matter what substance comprises the mass.
A fluid ounce of water weighs slightly more than a dry ounce (1 fluid ounce of water weighs 1.043 dry ounces). Therefore a fluid ounce of water is heavier than a dry ounce of flour (or anything else for that matter). Note that a fluid ounce of something else might NOT be heavier. A fluid ounce of lead is much heavier than a fluid ounce of feathers!
Because 1 kg of lead can be easily carried in one hand as opposed to the sise of the container you would need to make up 1 kilo of feathers, as a matter of fact it would be impossible to Carie 1 kilo of feathers without a container of some sort.
Lead is heavier. Because the density of lead is heavier than sand.
Something that weighs a ton is equal to other things that weigh a ton, therefore a ton of anything is equal to a ton of anything else. Even if it's feathers versus lead or cotton versus cement.
Lead is heavier than iron.
Of course not.A small jar of lead will be much heavier than a slightly larger jar of feathers.
Lead has a much greater density than feathers.
In a vacuum, both of these weigh exactly the same - 1 kilogram. Because kilos are a measure of weight, and not density, any substance that weighs 1 kilo will weigh the same - 1 kilo.The term that helps us understand the difference between the lead and feathers situation is Density. The density of an object is a measure of its Volume and Mass.
The feathers "take up more room" than the lead. It would be hard to compress the feathers to make them as dense as lead. The feathers have more volume.