difference between mass and weight
Mass is the amount of matter contained in the body.
Weight is the force exerted on a body due to the gravitational pull of another body such as the earth, the sun, etc.
Mass is an intrinsic property of the body.
Weight is an extrinsic property of the body.
Mass of a body remains the same everywhere in the universe.
Weight of a body depends on the local acceleration due to gravity where it is placed.
The SI unit of mass is kilogram (kg).
Since weight is a force, its SI unit is Newton (N).
Mass of a body can be measured using beam balance, pan balance, etc.
Weight of a body can be measured using spring balance, weighing machine, etc.
Mass of a body cannot be zero.
Weight of a body can be zero.
It is the measure of inertia equation for weight.
It is the measure of force.