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# The ________ of an object on the Earth's surface are directly proportional to each other.

$\begin{array}{1 1} (a)\;\text{acceleration and mass} \\ (b)\; \text{mass and weight} \\ (c)\; \text{force and velocity} \\(d)\; \text{weight and acceleration} \end{array}$

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The mass and weight of an object on the Earth's surface are directly proportional to each other.An object with twice as much mass will exert twice as much gravitational pull on other objects. The gravitational force increases as the size of an object increases. On the other hand, the strength of gravity is inversely related to the square of the distance between two objects.