. An average-sized rock and a huge pile of feathers are set on opposite ends of a scale, and

 

they balance, here on Earth. 

What would happen if the scale were taken to the moon,

 

and the masses of the objects were compared again?

 

a) The feathers would have more mass than the rock

 

b) The rock would have more mass than the feathers

 

c) The mass of the rock and the feathers would be the same

 

d) The rock would weigh more than the feathers

 

. Jupiter has approximately 318 times the mass of Earth. If you have a mass of 100kg on

 

Earth, what would your mass on Jupiter be?

 

a) 3,180 kg

 

b) 3.18 kg

 

c) 100 kg

 

d) 31,800 kg