Neither. A Kilogram is a unit of weight or 'heaviness'. If you have a kilo of rocks and a kilo of feathers they weigh exactly the same.
They weigh the same: 1 kilogram.
a kilogram of bricks
No, both weigh a kilogram
They weigh the same.
A kilogram of anything weighs a kilogram
No they are of the same weight!
They both weigh a kilogram.
1.00001 pounds of feathers
Kilograms are a measure of mass so if it's both 1kg then it's the same.
Pebbles are heavier because they're rocks. Feathers are lightweight and fur.
Neither. They are both one kilogram.
Since they both have a weight of 1kg one cannot be heavier than the other.
They all would weigh the same amount, 1 Kilogram.
They both weigh the same. A POUND of feathers vs. a POUND of rocks. A pound is a pound, and whether it is a pound of feathers or a pound of rocks, it doesn't matter. It's still a pound. THINK ABOUT IT!
They both weigh one stone.
Yes, when a bag of feathers weighs 1 pound and a bag of rocks only weighs .5 pounds. The question that should be asked is Can feathers weigh more then rocks if they have the same quanity? Yes, if the bags are not the same size. But even if they were, if you only had one small rock in the one bag and feathers packed into the other, the feather-bag could be heavier.
No, because gravitational force is dependent solely on mass (assuming both attempts are on Earth). 1 kilogram of rock, 1 kilogram of feathers or even 1 kilogram of turnips all have a mass of 1 kilogram.
Both objects has equal mass
A kilogram is a kilogram. They weigh the same.
A ton is heavier than a kilogram
They are equal. tw Which weighs more a ton of rocks or a tonne of feathers? They weigh the same!
A kilogram is about 2.2 times heavier than a pound.
A kilogram is a kilogram, no matter what.
If they both weigh a kilogram then they both weigh the same... a kilogram. It's like asking if a pound of feathers weighs more then a pound of rocks... they both weigh a pound.