Posted by **Hannah** on Sunday, December 11, 2011 at 9:07pm.

A 81.0-kg (179 lb) boxer has his first match in the Canal Zone (g = 9.782 m/s2) and his second match at the North Pole (g = 9.832 m/s2).

(a) What is his mass in the Canal Zone?

(b) What is his weight in the Canal Zone?

(c) What is his mass at the North Pole?

(d) What is his weight at the North Pole?

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**drwls**, Sunday, December 11, 2011 at 9:14pm
They expect you to assume that Mass does not change with location. Of course, it changes by a pound or more every day due to eating, sweating, breathing and excretion. Whoever dreamed up this question did not give it much tho0ght.

Weight = M*g, where g is the local value.

That will be the last question of yours I answer unless I see some evidence of thinking on your part

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