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Weight is a product of mass and gravitational force. If the mass of two objects like a ball of cotton and a ball of iron is the same (1 kg) and the gravity is the same because both are at the same place on earth, why does the iron feel much heavier than the cotton?

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# If the mass of 1 kg of cotton and 1 kg of iron is the same , why is the iron heavier

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