Posted by **Heart** on Thursday, December 24, 2009 at 1:59pm.

A 1.25-kg book in space has a weight of 8.35 N. What is the value of the gravitational field at that location?

GIVEN:

m = 1.25 kg

W = 8.35 N

Therefore, they want the acceleration. Would I use this equation g = Fg/m?

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