Video: Comparing the Masses of Two Identical Items

The two cars are identical: which statement is true? [A] The first car is heavier than the second. [B] The cars have the same weight. [C] The first car is lighter than the second.

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Video Transcript

The two cars are identical. Which statement is true? The first car is heavier than the second. The cars have the same weight. Or the first car is lighter than the second.

The keyword in the question is “identical.” “Identical” means “the same.” So which of the statements is true? Each statement is talking about the weight of the cars. The first statement says that the first car is heavier than the second. The second statement says the cars have the same weight.

We know that the cars are identical, which means they are exactly the same. This means that the cars must have the same weight. So this is the statement which is true. The cars have the same weight. This is because they’re identical.

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