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Is it True that the weight of an object depends on the local gravitational field, but the mass of the object does not?
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Yes it is true, because mass is the amount of matter which is the same and constant despite the local gravitational field. Weight is a gravitational force of attraction and therefore depends on the local gravitational field.
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