difference between inertial and gravitational mass
Inertial mass: It is the mass of the body is inertia of body in linear motion. It can be defined by the newton’s second law. According to this law inertial mass is equal to amount of the external force that need to produce unit acceleration.
-it is not affected by the presence of any other bodies.
Gravitational mass: it is magnitude of gravitational force experienced by the body in a unit intensity gravitational field.
m = gravitational force/gravitational acceleration
-it is affected by the presence of any other bodies.