Cheese bricks, obviously. Actualy if it's a pound of cheese, a pound of bricks, or a pound of feathers they al way the same,, no matter how much it seems that a pound of feathers is the lightest,,there all 1 pound! ^_^
a pound is a pound is a pound!!!a pound of anything always weighs a pound doesn't matter if it is feathers or bricks!!!
all the same
The bricks of course ! If it was one pound of bricks, the feathers would weigh more, as they are weighed using the avoirdupois system.
They all weigh the same, a pound is a pound!
All weighs a pound. So all will weigh the same
They both weigh the same- a pound of anything always weighs the same.
They weigh the same amount- a pound.
They weigh the same.
The answer is they all weigh the same amount are equal in weight which is different then density
The answer is very much the same as the answer to the question: "Which weighs most, hot water, cold water, or water colored green ?" The answer, of course, is: That depends on how much you have of each substance. One thing we can definitely guarantee: A pound of bricks, a pound of cheese, and a pound of feathers all have precisely the same, identical, and indistinguishable weight.
1 pound of anything has the mass of 1 pound. One pound of bricks has the same mass as 1 pound of feathers. They have different densities. The pound of bricks would be more compact than the pound of feathers.