# Which is heavier

## Which is heavier feathers or bricks?

They would both be equal in weight. The difference wil be in the density. You would need a lot more feathers to make up a ton than you would need bricks, because

**bricks are more dense than feathers**. As a result, a ton of feathers will be larger in size, and the bricks will take up less space.## What does heavier mean in math?

Having

**a weight that is greater than that of another object**.## Which one is heavier rocks or feathers?

They both weigh the same.

**A POUND of feathers**vs. a POUND of rocks. A pound is a pound, and whether it is a pound of feathers or a pound of rocks, it doesn’t matter.## Which is heavier 1kg of steel or 1kg of feathers?

**1kg of steel is slightly heavier than 1 kg of feathers**. 1 kg of feather will displace more air as the density of feather is very less comparitively. More the volume displaced more is the upthrust and less the apparent weight.

## Which is heavier kg or g?

Measuring Mass in Kilograms and Grams

We write kg for kilogram and g for gram. **1 kilogram is heavier than 1 gram**.

## Which is heavier or lighter?

**Lighter**is one of two words that we can use to compare the weight or the mass of objects. And when something is lighter than something else, it weighs less. The other comparing word we often use is heavier. This is when an object weighs more.

## Is 100kg feather heavy?

The usual book answer is that

**they both weigh the same**. It’s wrong, assuming that the “kg” in 100kg indicates that the mass of feathers and stone is being specified. They only both weigh the same in a vacuum, but the difference is small if you weigh them in air. The usual book answer is that they both weigh the same.## Which is heavier 1 kg of steel or 1 kg of cork?

Answer:

**Iron**being a metal element, and cork being what it is, Iron is much more dense then cork, even if the you have the same weight amount. So the amount/volume you would need to have a Kg of cork would be greater then the amount to make a Kg of iron.## What’s heavier cotton or stone?

Both weigh exactly the same: one pound. However,

**the stone is more DENSE*** meaning the volume of 1lb of stone is much less than the volume of 1lb of cotton.## What is heavier 100kg of gold or 100kg of feathers?

The answer is, of course, that

**1 kilogram of gold**is just as heavy as 1 kilogram of feathers. They both weigh 1 kilogram!## Is stone or steel heavier?

Tons of stone are needed for a not particularly long or tall stone wall.

**Steel is heavier**. Steel weighs 490 pounds per cubic foot. Pieces of rail on old and abandoned railroads across New England are 13 yards long and weigh half a ton or more.## Which is heavier 1kg cotton or 1kg stone?

A simple answer is, both are same weight. Because,

**a kg of cotton= a kg of stone**. for ex:- If you want to weigh a bale of cotton of a kg weight, no measuring stones are available, only you had a stone available weighing a kg, then the bale of cotton = 1 kg or not.## Which is heavier 1 kilo of cotton or 1 kilo of nails?

In the vacuum, they are the same. In reality (presence of air) nails are heavier because cotton has higher volume, so the Archimedes force (pushing up) is higher on cotton. Originally Answered: What is heavier, 1 kilogram of cotton or 1 kilogram of nails? They

**both have the same weight**i.e.1kg so both are equal……## Which is heavier a kilogram of iron or feathers?

The

**iron and feathers**have the same mass because they are both one kilo.## Which is heavier a ton of feather or a ton of stone?

This riddle was created as a deliberate offshoot of the “feathers/bricks” question, because the answer to THAT question is “

**they both weigh a tonne**”.## Which is heavier 1kg or 1 Litre?

The relationship between mass and volume is called density, and measures the amount of mass that fits in a given volume.

**Water has**a density of 1 kg /L, that is, 1 liter of water has a mass of exactly 1 kg.## What is the mass of a girl who weighs 450 N?

So mass of the girl (m) = 450/9.8 =

**45.9 kg**.## Which has more mass a kilogram of cotton or kilogram of iron?

Which has more mass, a kilogram of cotton or a kilogram of iron? … they

**both have the same mass D**.