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26 February, 11:48

The mass of an object on earth is 60 g. On the moon, the object will have a mass: less than 60 g, greater than 60 g, or equal to 60 g

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  1. 26 February, 12:53
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    Mass doesn't depend on where it is, and doesn't change.
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