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Q: What is the pressure at the bottom of a stack of 3 one inch cubes that weighs a pound each?

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Each weighs a pound so neither weights more than the other..

They are equivalent.

Both weigh the same - a pound!

1 pound = 1 pound

Neither. They both weigh 1 pound.

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Each weighs a pound so neither weights more than the other..

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the same. they are both a pound