Q: Would you use kilograms or grams to weight a cat?

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I would probably use kilograms.

"Kilogram" is not a unit of weight. It's reasonable to expect that a cat might have a mass of four kilograms.

The mass of an average cat (male) is around 5 kilograms = 5,000 grams

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PE = (force) x (distance) = (weight) x (height) = (mass x gravity) x (height) =(4 x 9.8) x (3) = 117.6 joules with respect to the floor.

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You would use Kilograms to weigh a cat.

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It depends on the amount of space the cat's belly consumes...

The mass of a cat in grams is greater because in 1 gram = 1,000 kilograms.

The weight of a cat in metric units is usually measured in kilograms (kg).

I would probably use kilograms.

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The best estimate of a cat's weight in kilograms is about 2.86 kg.

"Kilogram" is not a unit of weight. It's reasonable to expect that a cat might have a mass of four kilograms.

4 kilograms.

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