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MART Notebook File Edt View Insert Format Tools Window Add-ons Account Help best 5 review Q What is weight and how is it different from mass? Q What happens to the value of the mass of an object as it gets further away from Earth's surface? Q Why is Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation known as an "inverse squared law"?

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a)Mass is the amount of matter in a body, but the weight is the force on any mass due to the acceleration due to gravity.

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b)Mass of any object always remains the same, whether it ...

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