You would weigh it using a mass balance.
An egg weighs less than 1 kilogram - or an apple.
A pencil, a piece of paper, and a scientific calculator all have a mass less than one kilogram.
it depends on the size
Neither. A kilogram is a measure of mass, not of weight.
It depends on what size it is.
Well, as a baby many animals weigh less then one kilogram, but i would say that a bird of some sort would weigh less than a kilogram, or a snail or somthing. A full grown Ant LOL!
A pencil, a sheet of paper and a paper clip.
a laptop mouse,watch,pen,pencil,
You take the gram weigh 100 less and that is your kilogram . Because , kilograms weigh more than grams so they are 100 less , but at the same time still larger .
9% less than on Earth (in kg).
Yes, easily! A kilogram is about the same weight as a litre of water!
A kilogram is a kilogram. They weigh the same.
A pencil, a flea and an atom.
A paper clip, sheet of notebook paper, average pencil, and a toothbrush are objects that weigh less than a pound. Many things weigh less than a pound.
Unless any of them are abnormally large, it should be common sense. But you could find a scale and weigh them.
A pencil, a sheet of paper, and a paper clip.
If they are of the same general size, in most cases a pencil will weigh less than a fork. Typically, wood is less dense than steel or silver. A pencil made of wood and graphite will have less mass than a steel fork of the same volume.
An ant, a pumpkin seed and one crystal of salt.
in ounces not less that 5 and not more than 5.25 ozs In Kg not less than 0.1417 and not more than 0.1488 Kg
Three objects greater than one kilogram are a pencil, a sheet of paper, and a paperclip.
It depends on the pencil, but most pencils weigh less than a pound. The worlds largest pencil weighs 22,000 lb hahah nice! well it really depends on the pencil. like a big pencil. it could weigth more because it is big so yeah! hahah! -girl :)
No, both weigh a kilogram