it is obviously the same weight because it say KILO for both!
They are the same weight
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 !
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.
They all would weigh the same amount, 1 Kilogram.
They weigh the same.
One kilo is 2.2 pounds.
They are both 1 Kilo. So, no.
No, being a kilo, they are both the same weight
A Kilo is heavier. 1 kilogram=2.2pounds
Neither. They are both one kilogram.