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5th Grade Science
The force of attraction between the Earth and an object is called? A. Magnetism B. Mass C. Energy D. Gravity http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravity hey ken. someone told me it was gravity So you think it is gravity
April 18, 2007 by Missy

Science - Check my answers please (6th grade)
earth and the moon are kept in their respective orbits due to the influence of ? a) inertia b) gravity c) both inertia and gravity d) neither inertia and gravity Is it c) both inertia and gravity?
April 7, 2014 by Helena

physics
A 4.36 × 10−5 kg raindrop falls vertically at constant speed under the influence of gravity and air resistance. After the drop has fallen 88.1 m, what is the work done by gravity? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 . Answer in units of J
October 26, 2011 by lynn

Physics
Gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1 as strong as gravity on the Earth. 6 What is the weight of a 30 kg object on the Earth? The acceleration of gravity is 10 m/s2 . Answer in units of N.
November 4, 2010 by Dede

physics
gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1/6 as strong as gravity on earth. what is the weight of a 37 kg object on the earth? The acceleration of gravity is 10m/s answer in units of N
October 14, 2010 by Anonymous

Physics
Gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1 6 as strong as gravity on the Earth. What is the weight of a 33 kg object on the Earth? The acceleration of gravity is 10m/s2 . Answer in units of N.
November 4, 2010 by RImon

College Physics
Gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1/6 as strong as gravity on the Earth. What is the weight of a 14 kg object on the Earth? The acceleration of gravity is 10m/s2 . Answer in units of N.
March 2, 2010 by Jennifer

Physics
Gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1/6 as strong as gravity on the Earth. What is the weight of a 24 kg object on the Earth? The acceleration of gravity is 10m/s2 .
November 12, 2013 by Breanna

Physics
Gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1 6 as strong as gravity on the Earth. What is the mass of a 30 kg object on the Earth? The acceleration of gravity is 10 m/s
September 26, 2011 by Anonymous

science
Gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1/6 as strong as gravity on the Earth. What is the weight of a 15 kg object on the Earth? The acceleration of gravity is 10 m/s 2
October 19, 2011 by Anonymous

science
earth and the moon are kept in their respective orbits due to the influence of ? a) inertia b) gravity c) both inertia and gravity d) neither inertia and gravity
November 10, 2013 by victoria

physics
Gravity on the moon is only 1/6 as strong as gravity on earth. What is the weight of a 20 kg object on the moon and on earth? I have to find it in Newtons on earth and on the moon. WeightinNewtons= mass* gravity field on earth, the gravity field is 9.8N/kg, and on the moon, it...
September 20, 2006 by Jennifer

Physics
A 4.00kg crate is slowly lifted to a height of 1.50m. a.How much work is done by the lifting force? b.against gravity? C.by gravity? a, Work done is m*g*height b. the work done is against gravity. c. Because the box is lifted, the work done by gravity is negative (-mgh)
September 16, 2006 by stefy

Maths
A perfectly cylindrical container standing upright with a top and bottom(an oil drum or coke can for example) of area A has an empty mass of M and a height of H. It is filled with a liquid of uniform density(p)up to the height of h. When the container is full the centre of ...
April 28, 2012 by Stephen

Science (planets/gravity)
What keeps all the planets the big ones and the small ones in orbit in our big solar system? A.The gravity from the sun. B.The gravity from the moon. C.The gravity between all the planets. D.The gravity from the beautiful our earth. What do all the planets orbit around? the ...
April 18, 2007 by Hot stuff

science
in the year 1971. astronaut alan shepard hit a golf ball whila on the surfase of the moon. it became the longest golf shot in history alan shepard was able to hit his recod golf shot because A.the moon dods not have any gravity B.THE GRAVITY OF THE MOON IS WEAKER THAN THE ...
November 8, 2008 by steven

science
the moon's gravity is about one-sixth the gravity on earth. mar's gravity is about one half the gravity on earth. make a bar graph that shows your weight (95 lbs) in newtons on earth, moon, and on mars. A newton is equal to about one quarter of a pound.
May 12, 2011 by nikki

Physics
A) Gravity pulls an area of wet soil and rock downward in a landslide B) An ... Many people know that the weight of an object varies on different planets, but did ... If the Earth's gravitational force causes a falling 74 kg student to accelerate .... the acceleration of ...
September 23, 2012 by ray

Physics
For which of the following situations can the equation F = mg not be used to calculate the force due to gravity? a) The pull of gravity on an apple on the surface of the Earth. b) The pull of gravity on an airplane flying at an altitude of 8 km above the surface of the Earth. ...
November 19, 2012 by Kelvin

space
Imagine that all gravity in the Universe was magically turned off (except the gravity of the Earth),and everything stopped moving.Earth's gravity will now begin to pull everything in the Universe slowly toward it. True or False?
December 1, 2008 by eduy

physics
calculate the period and frequency of a 3.500 m long pendulum at the following locations: a) the north pole, where acceleration due to gravity is 9.832 m/s^2 b) chicago, where acceleration due to gravity is 9.803 m/s^2 c) jakarta, indonesia, where acceleration due to gravity ...
March 15, 2011 by giselle

Physics
To create artificial gravity, the space station shown in the drawing is rotating at a rate of 1.60 rpm. The radii of the cylindrically shaped chambers have the ratio rA/rB = 3.00. Each chamber A simulates an acceleration due to gravity of 9.60 m/s2. Find values for (a) rA, (b...
October 6, 2012 by Redgy22

physics
a 600N person picks up a 180 N suitcase positioned so that the suitcase's center of gravity is 20cm lateral to the location of the person's center of gravity before picking up the suitcase. if the person does not lean to compensate for the added load in any way, where is the ...
April 6, 2010 by justine

Physics
A 4.00kg crate is slowly lifted to a height of 1.50 m.(a)How much work is done by the lifting force? (b)against gravity? (c)by gravity? Force = mass*acceleration Here the acceleration is from gravity. Work=Force*distance.
September 9, 2006 by fluffy

Physics
To create artificial gravity, the space station shown in the drawing is rotating at a rate of 0.600 rpm. The radii of the cylindrically shaped chambers have the ratio rA/rB = 3.00. Each chamber A simulates an acceleration due to gravity of 5.10 m/s2. Find values for (a) rA, (b...
October 7, 2011 by Mary

Science
Can someone tell me if this is correct: How many forces act on an upwardly tossed coin when it gets to the top of its path? A. one the force due to gravity B. two gravity & the force in the coin itself C. three gravity the coins internal force & a turnaround force D. none of ...
September 21, 2012 by Sue

Physics
Astronauts who spend long periods in outer space could be adversely affected by weightlessness. One way to simulate gravity is to shape the spaceship like a cylindrical shell that rotates, with the astronauts walking on the inside surface. Explain how this simulates gravity. ...
November 1, 2009 by Sasha

SCIENCE
HOW DOES GRAVITY EFFECT ACCELERATION?? If a body is free to fall, gravity accelerates it at a constant rate.
September 6, 2006 by KEYONNA

astronomy/physics
Use Newton’s Law of Gravity to calculate the force of gravity between a 39 kg person and Earth.
December 1, 2011 by silvia

physics (geography bit)
Thanks for the help guys!!! I really appreciate it!!! ok I drew the thing as caerfully as I good h t t p : / / i m g 3 7 . i m a g e s h a c k . u s / i m g 3 7 / 7 8 0 7 / f i r s t d w s . j p g ok I redrew it chekc it Ok I followed the directions and made a line through the...
August 10, 2009 by physics (geography bit)

physics (geometry bit)
Thanks for the help guys!!! I really appreciate it!!! ok I drew the thing as caerfully as I good h t t p : / / i m g 3 7 . i m a g e s h a c k . u s / i m g 3 7 / 7 8 0 7 / f i r s t d w s . j p g ok I redrew it chekc it Ok I followed the directions and made a line through the...
August 11, 2009 by physics (geometry bit)

math
A perfectly cylindrical container standing upright with a top and bottom (an oil drum or coke can for example) has an empty mass of M and a height of H. It is filled with a liquid of uniform density of variable mass m up to height h. When the container is full the centre of ...
May 17, 2011 by Karl Haxell

science. -_-
Okk so im not asking for answers, i just need somone to expplain this homework to me! I dont get it what so ever. So the homework tittle is Weight in space. So it has a whole discripition in wjich i will write dpwn for you. The paper says: Gravity is an invisible force that ...
September 23, 2013 by Leslie:)

Engineering Maths
A perfectly cylindrical container standing upright with a top and bottom (an oil drum or coke can for example) has an empty mass of M and a height of H. It is filled with a liquid of uniform density of variable mass m up to height h. When the container is full the centre of ...
May 17, 2011 by Karl Haxell

Physics- PLEASE HELP
A 10.0 kg cylinder rolls without slipping on a rough surface. At an instant when its center of gravity has a speed of 16.0 m/s, determine (a) the translational kinetic energy of its center of gravity.(b) the rotational kinetic energy about its center of gravity, and (c) its ...
November 6, 2012 by Sarah

physics
Assume your mass is 80 kg. The acceleration due to gravity is 9.8 m/s 2 . How much work against gravity do you do when you climb a flight of stairs 2.3 m high?
January 20, 2012 by Anonymous

physics
A 4.36 × 10−5 kg raindrop falls vertically at constant speed under the influence of gravity and air resistance. After the drop has fallen 88.1 m, what is the work done by gravity? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 . Answer in units of J What is the work done by air...
October 26, 2011 by lynn

Physics
To create artificial gravity, the space station shown in the drawing is rotating at a rate of 0.85 rpm. The radii of the cylindrically shaped chambers have the ratio rA/rB = 3.85. Each chamber A simulates an acceleration due to gravity of 10.0 m/s2. (a) Find rA. _____m (b) ...
September 26, 2008 by Nicole

phyics-universal gravity
A hypothetical planet has a radius 3.3 times that of Earth, but has the same mass. What is the acceleration due to gravity near its surface? (downward)
November 3, 2009 by Anonymous

Physics
A hydrometer is an instrument for measuring the specific gravity of a liquid. For example, producers of maple syrup use the hydrometer to find how much sugar is in the collected sap. Markings along a stem are calibrated to indicate the specific gravity for the level at which ...
January 26, 2011 by MJ

physics
7)In calculating the force of gravity between two objects, if the mass of one object increased by 4 and the other by 2, how many times would the force of gravity increase? I don't really understand but I got 6 times 8)In calculating the force of gravity between two objects, if...
April 1, 2008 by Jon

science
Distinguish Between terminal velocity and free fall. Be able to describe defective gravity on motion and state acceleration rates of falling objects ( due to gravity)
January 24, 2012 by glenn

physics
we can say that the force of gravity is equal to mass times acceleration were the acceleration is equal to gravity sense gravity is an acceleration because of newtons second law force = mass times acceleration hence Fg = mass times acceleration Fg = mass times gravity Fg = mg ...
September 12, 2009 by physics

science
Which statement best describes Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation? A.Large objects, like Earth and the Sun, attract other objects everywhere in the universe. B.Gravity is a kind of magnetic force between objects and Earth. C.Gravity is the result of the curvature of space ...
February 17, 2014 by victoria

physics
To create artificial gravity, the space station is rotating at a rate of 0.80 rpm. The radii of the cylindrically shaped chambers have the ratio rA/rB = 3.80. Each chamber A simulates an acceleration due to gravity of 10.0 m/s2.
November 16, 2014 by web

phyics
A person is standing on a level floor. His head, upper torso, arms, and hands together weigh 470 N and have a center of gravity that is 1.13 m above the floor. His upper legs weigh 108 N and have a center of gravity that is 0.755 m above the floor. Finally, his lower legs and ...
November 1, 2013 by bobby

PHYICS
A person is standing on a level floor. His head, upper torso, arms, and hands together weigh 470 N and have a center of gravity that is 1.13 m above the floor. His upper legs weigh 108 N and have a center of gravity that is 0.755 m above the floor. Finally, his lower legs and ...
November 10, 2013 by Bobby

Energy
Without energy we can't do work cuz we can't apply ne force on an object. Gravity, itself a force, when, say, pulls a ball down to the gorund it actually does work. Now for tht force, where does it get the energy from or what type of energy does it have? If u have a book ...
June 20, 2005 by Mike

Physical Science
How much would 80.0 kg person weight (a) on Mars, where the acceleration of gravity is 3.93 m/s2, and (b) on Earth's Moon, where the acceleration of gravity is 4.63 m/s2?
March 6, 2010 by Julie

Physics
I am not too sure how to solve this problem: Gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1/6 as strong as gravity on the Earth. What is the weight of a 10 kg object on the moon? This is how I did 1/6(10)(9.8)=16.3 N
September 2, 2007 by Soly

Science
How much would 1kg weigh on the Moon if the pull of gravity there is about one-sixth of the pull of gravity on earth?
October 18, 2010 by Babiibun

Science
The force of gravity on Jupiter is much stronger than the force of gravity on Earth. Which of the following explains why this is true?
March 25, 2014 by norna

physics
A string is hanging from the rearview mirror of you car and a ball is at the end of this string. Suppose that your drive around a circular track at fixed speed. Which list below gives all the forces that act on the ball? A) tension and the force of gravity b) tension force of ...
November 21, 2009 by jon

phyics-universal gravity
Calculate the force of gravity on a spacecraft 6400 km (1 earth radii) above the Earth's surface if its mass is 1600 kg.
November 3, 2009 by DJ

Astronomy
Suppose you weigh 105 . How much would you weigh on other planets in our solar system? Assume you can stand either on the surface or in an airplane in the planet's atmosphere. (Hint: Recall from Chapter Light and Matter that weight is mass times the acceleration of gravity. ...
March 30, 2012 by Alex-Johnson

physics
gravity on the surface of the moon is only 1/6 as strong as the gravity on earth. What is the weight of a 39kg on the earth?
February 19, 2008 by Ayesha

Physics
Gravity on the moon is only 1/6 as strong as gravity on the Earth. What is the weight of a 55.3 kg dune buggy on the moon?
May 3, 2012 by Anonymous

Math
The acceleration due to gravity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the centre of Earth. The acceleration due to gravity for a satellite orbiting 7000 km above the centre of Earth is 8.2 m/s^2. a) write a formula for this relationship. b) at what ...
June 1, 2009 by Halle

physics
What percentage of a floating iceberg’s volume is above water? The specific gravity of ice is 0.917 and the specific gravity of the surrounding seawater is 1.025.
December 13, 2009 by James

Astronomy
Which of the terrestrial planets has the highest surface gravity? (Hint: if you look at ratios, you need not calculate every surface gravity value explicitly.)
February 2, 2012 by Jobeth

physics
A 9.0 kg cylinder rolls without slipping on a rough surface. At an instant when its center of gravity has a speed of 12.0 m/s, determine (a) the translational kinetic energy of its center of gravity.
November 11, 2012 by Anonymous

physics
A 3.56 x 10-5 kg raindrop falls vertically at constant speed under the influence of gravity and air resistance. After the drop has fallen 83.8 m, what is the work done by gravity? Answer in units of milliJoule (a thousandth of a Joule) and use 9.8 m/s2 for g.
September 13, 2011 by Elisabeth

physics
A 4.62 x 10-5 kg raindrop falls vertically at constant speed under the influence of gravity and air resistance. After the drop has fallen 83.7 m, what is the work done by gravity? Answer in units of milliJoule (a thousandth of a Joule) and use 9.8 m/s2 for g
September 16, 2011 by hannah

Physics
a skydiver is subject to two forces: gravity and air resistance. Falling vertically, she reaches a constant terminal speed at some time after jumping from the plane. Since she is moving at a constant velocity from that time until her chute opens, we conclude from the work ...
March 24, 2011 by Otto

physics
7. No work is done by gravity on a bowling ball resting or moving on a bowling alley because the force of gravity on the ball acts perpendicular to the surface. But on an incline, the force of gravity has a vector component parallel to the alley. Discuss the two ways this ...
April 2, 2013 by Anonymous

science
could someone please tellme what the orce of gravity acting upong me by Mars, Jupiter, and the moon are? I've been trying to find their gravity online, but I can't find it anywhere.
September 13, 2008 by Sunny

Calculus
An object in free fall has its distance from the ground measured by the function d(t)=-4.9t^2 +50, where d is in meters and t is in seconds. If gravity is the only acceleration affecting the object, what is gravity's constant value?
March 27, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
Let's say that the force of gravity on the equator of the Earth is 9.81 m/s^2 what is the magnitutde of gravity of something at 41.603221,-73.087749 ???? I'm guessing that 41.603221,-73.087749 is lattitude and longittude so I really have no idea what to do. The question asked ...
May 19, 2009 by HELP ME!

Physics
In mathematical language, Newton's Law of Gravity expresses the force of gravity, F, between two objects in the following way: F= (GMm)/r^2 where M is the mass of one object, m is the mass of the other object, r is the distance between the two objects, and G is the ...
September 22, 2011 by Adam

Physics
Pretend our future colonists build a large round 2km diameter train track on the great plains of Mars that is sloped (angled) inward to artificially increase the gravity felt by the occupants living onboard the house sized train cars speeding along at the rails a constant ...
July 31, 2011 by Mark Main

CHEMISTRY
*Specific Gravity A cylinder of plastic is 100 mm long and 50 mm in diameter. It has a mass of 1 kg. Determine its specific gravity and indicate whether it would float or sink in water . PLLEEEEEEEEEEEASE
July 3, 2013 by Myka

physics
an object has a weight of 5.10 Newtons at sea level, where the acceleration due to gravity is 9.81 m/s squared. What is the acceleration due to gravity on the object if it is placed in a spaceship 1,000 km above sea level which gravity exerts a force of 3.81 Newtons on the object
September 19, 2014 by Matt

Algebra 1 / physics
Multi-step prob During a trampoline competition, a trampolinist leaves the mat when her center of gravity is 6 feet above the ground. She has an initial vertical velocity of 32 ft/sec. a. Use the vertical motion model (h=-16t^2+vt+s) to write an eqn that models the height h (...
September 5, 2013 by ⒽⒺⓁⓅ

Physics (please help!!)
A skydiver is subject to two forces: gravity and air resistance. Falling vertically, she reaches a constant terminal speed at some time after jumping from the plane. Since she is moving at a constant velocity from that time until her chute opens, we conclude from the work ...
March 24, 2011 by Otto

Physics (please help!!!!)
a skydiver is subject to two forces: gravity and air resistance. Falling vertically, she reaches a constant terminal speed at some time after jumping from the plane. Since she is moving at a constant velocity from that time until her chute opens, we conclude from the work ...
March 24, 2011 by Otto

Science
Can someone please check my answers and if they are wrong can you help me fix them? Thank so much!! 1. Which of the following determines the strength of the force of gravity between two objects? Check all that apply. (2 points) the speeds of the objects the masses of the ...
January 24, 2014 by Melissa

physics
If the average gauge pressure in the vein is 14400 Pa, what must be the minimum height of the bag in order to infuse glucose into the vein? Assume that the specific gravity of the solution is 1.05. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s
November 6, 2014 by andre

college, Astronomy
Compared with the strength of Earth's gravity at its surface, how much weaker is gravity at a distance of 13 Earth radii from Earth's center?
March 31, 2010 by Anonymous

Astronomy
Compared with the strength of Earth's gravity at its surface, how much weaker is gravity at a distance of 13 Earth radii from Earth's center?
March 31, 2010 by Anonymous

Physics
In calculating the force of gravity between two objects, if the mass of one objects increased by 4 and the other by 2, how many times would the force of gravity increase? Ok well Im horrible at physics but the way I understood it was that you would take 4 times 2 then divide ...
May 4, 2008 by Lynn

motion and force
Consider a ball after it is thrown and going upward. The force on the ball is a). the force of gravity or b). some values between the force of gravity and the force of throw. What is the acceleration and what is the values of the acceleration. Explain your answer. The ...
January 27, 2007 by PJ

Physics (please help!!!!)
A skydiver is subject to two forces: gravity and air resistance. Falling vertically, she reaches a constant terminal speed at some time after jumping from the plane. Since she is moving at a constant velocity from that time until her chute opens, we conclude from the work ...
March 25, 2011 by Otto

physics
A string is hanging from the rearview mirror of you car and a ball is at the end of this string. Suppose that you drive around a circular track at fixed speed. Which list below gives all the forces that act on the ball? A) tension and the force of gravity b) tension force of ...
November 23, 2009 by julia

Physics
You are explaining why astronauts feel weightless while orbiting in the space shuttle. Your friends respond that they thought gravity was just a lot weaker up there. Convince them and yourself that it isn't so by calculating the acceleration of gravity 562 km above the Earth's...
October 4, 2009 by Jen

Physics & Gravity
The acceleration due to gravity on the moon is about one-sixth its value on earth. If a baseball reaches a height of 51 m when thrown upward by someone on the earth, what height would it reach when thrown in the same way on the surface of the moon? Answer in units of m would ...
September 9, 2011 by Jimmy

science
the acceleration of gravity on the surface of Mars is m/s squared. if an astronaut in a space suit can jump upward 20cm on the earth's surface, how high could he jump on the surface of Mars? You need to provide a number for the acceleration of gravity on Mars, which I will ...
February 19, 2007 by tasha

physics
An elevator is being lifted up an elevator shaft at a constant speed by a steel cable. All fricional effects are negligible. In this situation,forces on the elevator are such that?: A.the upward force by the cable is greater than the downward force of gravity B. the upward ...
July 2, 2011 by alexa

Physics (Liquids)
I have a question about fluids ok... I've been told that Pressure = (density of fluid) (gravity) (height) ok that's great in all but I don't see how it works... Pressure = (Force perinduclar to area force is acting on)/(Area force is acting on) ok this great and all but leads ...
October 21, 2009 by Physics (Liquids)

physics
how does the center of gravity affect posture? answer...when a person is carring a load a center of gravity changes to increase stability that person will bent
August 28, 2014 by xitshembiso

physics
What is the acceleration due to gravity at a distance of 1.2 Earth radii above Earth�s surface? Use M_{Earth} = 5.972 x 10^{24} kilograms and r_{Earth} = 6370 km a_{gravity} =______________{m}{s^2}
March 3, 2014 by Melissa

math
What is the acceleration due to gravity at a distance of 1.2 Earth radii above Earth�s surface? Use M_{Earth} = 5.972 x 10^{24} kilograms and r_{Earth} = 6370 km a_{gravity} =______________{m}{s^2}
March 3, 2014 by Melissa

College Physics**
A student goes to planet x and wants to determine the gravity there. The student knows from physics lab that they can use Atwood's machine to determine gravity. The student places a 100g mass and a 110g mass at the end of a string and hangs it over a pulley. The student places...
March 9, 2010 by L

physics
A 74.0 kg box slides down a 28.0 degree ramps with an acceleration of gravity of 3.10 m/s^2. Find μk between the box and the ramp. The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s^2
October 25, 2012 by Briana

Physics Projectile Motion
You arrive on an unknown planet with your team of astro-scientists. This time, to calculate acceleration due to gravity you decide to drive your buggy off of a 16 meter tall cliff. If you drive at a velocity of 22 m/s off the cliff and land 55.1 meters away, what is your air ...
October 14, 2014 by Cody

Physics
A space station is shaped like a ring and rotates to simulate gravity. If the radius of the space station is 140 m, at what frequency must it rotate so that it simulates Earth's gravity?
October 9, 2007 by Dante

physics
You are explaining to friends why astronauts feel weightless orbiting in the space shuttle, and they respond that they thought gravity was just a lot weaker up there. Convince them and yourself that it isn't so by calculating how much weaker gravity is at h = 330 km above the ...
October 12, 2009 by Elizabeth

physics
You are explaining to friends why astronauts feel weightless orbiting in the space shuttle, and they respond that they thought gravity was just a lot weaker up there. Convince them and yourself that it isn't so by calculating how much weaker gravity is at h = 330 km above the ...
October 12, 2009 by Elizabeth

science
Gravity accelerates objects downward at 9.8 m/s. How much downwards force does the man generate with each step he takes? how much work is performed when gravity pulls him down 0.5 m after each step?
November 1, 2007 by cam

science
Re identifying forces, thankyou to Rom for your help, ive now been able to do most of them. One's i am still stuck on are a bungee jumper, speeding train, cyclist speeding off a ramp and a shuttlecock falling to the ground. bungee jumper: cord tension and gravity, air friction...
March 11, 2007 by laura

physics
If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1/6 that what is on the Earth, what would a 100 kg man weight on the Moon? If a person tried to simulate this gravity in an elevator, how fast would it have to accelerate and in which direction?
September 27, 2014 by Iworlock

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