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In our daily life we can measure the quantity of objects,things,goods.etc in kg's. is the kg's is correct?

In our daily life we can measure the quantity of objects,things,goods.etc in kg's. is the kg's is correct? Topic: Case simplicity
July 17, 2019 / By Beverley
Question: just tell me when i measure the quantity of a goods at a supermarket on weight machine. it showing 10kg. is that 10KG is correct? kg's are for mass. then what are the units for quantities when we measure on the weight machine? How to calculate the mass of that quantity(10KG)?
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Abnor Abnor | 7 days ago
When you measure something on a weighing machine its shows the weight in Kilograms the SI symbol for this is "kg" whereas kG for capital G refers to kilogauss . Anyways looking with POV of physics when you measure something on a weighing machine it shows its weight . weight is a force . And the weighing machine shows the normal force which in case of every weighing machine is m X g mass times gravitational acceleration g ~ 9.8 often written 10 for simplicity so to measure something's mass you just divide its weight by 10 or to be more precise by 9.8 . Mass is same everywhere in the universe . Its weight that changes
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