mass and weight

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  • This tennis has a little bit of mass.
  • Let me show you some examples after school
  • GO EAGLES!!!
  • What is mass?
  • Great!
  • BEAT THE HORNETS!!!
  • Mass is the amount of matter in an object
  • Weight is a measure of the gravitational force exerted on an object
  • No, there is many differences between mass and weight.
  • Let me tell you some more
  • Oh, okay. So mass is kinda like weight, right?
  • So what is mass and weight.
  • Oh, okay. So mass is kinda like weight, right?
  • Come with me and I'll show you.
  • Everything that you see has mass
  • Yes, even you have mass!
  • Ok, so even that cone has a mass.
  • So how is mass different from weight.
  • Why are we in your car.
  • We are going to my house.
  • Yes, you have got it.
  • Back to your question, mass and weight are different because weight  is the amount of gravitational pull on an object.
  • Well we have a lot of homework.
  • And weight is the amount of gravitational pull exerted on an object right?
  • Oh so mass is just the amount an space an object takes up...
  • So why are we in your room?
  • Yea that was fun although we were doing homework.
  • Yea, totally!
  • We are done with our homework.
  • We should do this again sometime just not do homework.
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