8kg is 3kg larger than 5000g (5kg)
1kg1000g so 5kg=5000g :( :| Idiots!!! ===
Just compare the number of kilograms.
It is: 5kg-1kg = 4kg
5kg is greater than 5lbs
The mass is 5kg
Which is greater 55000 mg or 5 kg
The answer will depend on their positions (heights).
Water's density is always less than that of mercury regardless of mass.
The rock's mass on earth will be 5kg (mass = force in newtons / 9.807)
There are 1,000 gm to 1 kg. Therefore, 500 gm only equals half a kilogram. Which makes 5 kilograms much greater than 500 gm.
No, 5 kg = 5,000,000 mg
a 10 kilogram dog + half of its mass (5kg) would be 15kg.
Lead will always have the greater density compared to aluminium. The weight only influences the volume in question. 10kg of Al will be much more(bigger in size) than 5kg of lead.
5kg or 11.02 pounds. (N / 9.8 = kg)
Strictly, kg (kilogrammes) is a unit of weight rather than mass, which is measured in N (Newtons). This is important, because the MASS of an object does not change, whereas its WEIGHT does change according to the gravitational pull it is experiencing. On earth 1kg is about 10N. On the moon, say, something weighing 1kg would have a MASS of a little over 60N. If we change the word 'mass' in your question to 'weight', then the answer would be 'anything greater than 5kg'. If not, then 'anything greater than 50N subject to gravitational forces on the Earth's surface'. An object's INERTIA is the force that must be overcome in order to change its position (if stationary): so, it is clearly easier to move a 5kg object than it is to move any object that is heavier.
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It is: 5kg-0.5kg = 4.5kg