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Which one is heavier? 1 Kg ''Cotton'' or 1 Kg ''Iron'' ?

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    1KG of cotton obviously.
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    1kg = 1kg
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    They're equal

    THIS IS SO ORIGINAL
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    On average, cotton. Most of the iron that exists on earth is going to be deep within the earth's crust. That means it will weigh slightly less because there is less gravity acting on it (well, I suppose it's the same amount of gravity, just some of it is pulling it away from the centre of the earth). But obviously if you have 1kg of cotton and 1kg of iron on the earth's surface, they will weigh the same.
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    a cow is heavier than both which means your question is irrelavent
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    4 posts and a subscription...:facepalm:
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    (Original post by Charliee :))
    4 posts and a subscription...:facepalm:
    Lol
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    (Original post by tucaner)
    Lets get some fun TSR xx
    TSR? Having fun? LOL
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    (Original post by Sendaii)
    TSR? Having fun? LOL
    :lol:
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    (Original post by Sendaii)
    TSR? Having fun? LOL
    Are you a clown ? It's not circus mate Answer question do not be magpie LOL
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    A kilogram is a kilogram is a kilogram. It doesn't matter what the stuff is.
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    Depends on how the purity of the substance. 1kg of what you think is iron may have air pockets in it, meaning its not just iron your weighing.
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    (Original post by tucaner)
    Are you a clown ? It's not circus mate Answer question do not be magpie LOL
    for some reason i lol'd at this for an uncomfortably long time. every time i saw "magpie" i just had a fit of laughing.
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    (Original post by Blueflare)
    A kilogram is a kilogram is a kilogram. It doesn't matter what the stuff is.
    But it's weight does depend on where it is.
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    Well, 1 kg or iron would hurt more if they both fell on your head.
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    (Original post by No Man)
    Well, 1 kg or iron would hurt more if they both fell on your head.
    haha thats funny . Moron

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