1. Two samples are weighed under identical conditions in a laboratory. Sample A weighs 1 lb and Sample B weighs 2 lb. Does Sample B have twice mass of Sample A? Why or why not? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I said that no, it would not be because mass and weight are different. Mass is the amount of 'stuff' that is in an object, weheras weight is the amount of gravity exerted on an object...but I don't think this is complete enough?