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July 28, 2014

July 28, 2014

Number of results: 30,631

**Math - Algebra**

If a man wewighs 41 newtons (N) on the surface of the earth while he weighs 81.5N on the surface of the moon, approximately how much lighter is he on the moon? What would be his weight on the surface of the earth if he weighs 90 N on the surface of the moon?
*November 11, 2013 by McKenna Louise*

**science **

A person who weighs 600 newtons on Earth would weigh only 100 newtons on the Moon. Which statement best explains why? A.The circumference of Earth is larger than that of the Moon. B.The density of Earth is greater than that of the Moon. C.The mass of Earth is greater than that...
*February 17, 2014 by victoria *

**science**

A meteorite weighs 300 Newtons on the moon. the moons force of gravity is 1/6 that of earth. what is the meeorites weight on earth?
*March 19, 2014 by kimmy plus*

**physics**

A bag of sugar weighs 6.00 lb on Earth. What would it weigh in newtons on the Moon, where the free-fall acceleration is one-sixth that on Earth?
*February 17, 2010 by mel*

**physics**

A loaf of bread weighs 3.9 N on earth. What should it weigh, in newtons, on the moon, where the acceleration due to gravity is one-sixth that on Earth?
*November 7, 2010 by Sabrina*

**Physics**

A bag of sugar weighs 6.70 lb on Earth. a) What would it weigh in newtons on the Moon, where the free-fall acceleration is one sixth that on Earth?
*September 30, 2013 by Kelsey*

**physics**

A baseball pitcher throws a baseball horizontally at a linear speed of 41.3 m/s. Before being caught, the baseball travels a horizontal distance of 15.4 m and rotates through an angle of 52.7 rad. The baseball has a radius of 3.74 cm and is rotating about an axis as it travels...
*April 9, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A baseball pitcher throws a baseball horizontally at a linear speed of 50.6 m/s. Before being caught, the baseball travels a horizontal distance of 24.9 m and rotates through an angle of 54.5 rad. The baseball has a radius of 3.43 cm and is rotating about an axis as it travels...
*June 23, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A bag of sugar weighs 4.00 lb on Earth. What would it weigh in newtons on the Moon, where the free-fall acceleration is one-sixth that on Earth? 1 N Repeat for Jupiter, where g is 2.64 times that on Earth. 2 N Find the mass of the bag of sugar in kilograms at each of the three...
*September 16, 2010 by Erica*

**overland high school**

the gravitional force exerted on objects on the moon is about 1/6 that of earth. if an object weighs 240 newtons on the moon, on earth it would weigh _________.show work
*March 2, 2011 by danial*

**physics**

Your friend weighs 145 lb. What is her mass in kilograms if she went to the moon where the acceleration of gravity is 1/6 that on earth? i know that her weight in newtons is 652.5, and that her mass in kilograms is 65.25, and that her weight in newtons if she went to the moon ...
*September 23, 2012 by kara*

**Physical Science**

If the strength of gravity is 9.8 newtons per kilogram, that means: a. each newton of force equals 9.8 pounds. b. each pound of force equals 9.8 newtons. c. each newton of mass weighs 9.8 kilograms d. each kilogram of mass weighs 9.8 newtons
*October 15, 2013 by unknown*

**Physics**

The value of acceleration due to gravity (g) on a point 10,000 kilometers above sea level is about 1.49 meters/second2. How much will an object, which weighs 98 newtons on the surface of Earth, weigh on this point? The value of acceleration due to gravity on Earth is 9.8 ...
*July 4, 2012 by Dave*

**algebra please help**

The weight M of an object on Mars varies directly as its weighton earth. A person who weighs 95 lb on earth weighs 38 lbs on Mars. How much would a 100 lb person weigh on Mars?
*December 15, 2012 by cori*

**science**

a piece of furniture that weighs 500 newtons is pushed along the ground for a distance of 10 meters then lifted 2 meters above the ground into a truck. how much work is done if the force required to push the furniture is 150 newtons?
*October 24, 2010 by elizabeth*

**physics**

You are at a baseball game and the pticher throws a fast ball that accelerates to the batter at 50 m/s^2. Assume that the baseball has a mass of 0.15 kg. How much force (in Newtons) must the batter apply to the ball to lay down a perfect bunt that stops dead in front of home ...
*January 22, 2012 by Abby*

**physics**

A lever uses a force 212 Newtons to move a rock that weighs 2000 Newtons. What is the mechanical advantage?
*January 29, 2012 by christy*

**Physics**

A baseball with a mass of 0.15 kilograms collides with a bat at a speed of 40 meters/second. The duration of the collision is 8.0 × 10-3 seconds. The ball moves off with a speed of 50 meters/second in the opposite direction. What is the value of the force? A. 1.8 × 102 newtons...
*March 15, 2013 by fredrick*

**physics**

A block of metal which weighs 60 newtons in air and 40 newtons under water has a density, in kilograms per meter cubed, of:
*July 30, 2011 by Steve*

**physics**

Suppose a person weighs 160 pounds on Earth. How much would that person weigh on a planet that was three times as massive as Earth and had a radius that was twice that of Earth's?
*September 29, 2011 by Ruth*

**physics**

Jessica weighs 540 Newtons, According to Newton's 3rd law, if the Earth pulls on Jessica 540 N, then Jessica pulls on the Earth 540 N acting in the opposite direction. If she trips while rollerblading, why will she fall to the ground
*May 2, 2011 by Kelli Kenyon*

**math**

an object that weighs 234lb on jupiter weighs 100lb on earth. what would an object that weighs 400 lb on jupiter weigh on earth?
*January 31, 2011 by linda*

**earth**

If a satalite weighs 90 kg at 10000 miles from the earth, how far away is it when it weighs 10 kg?
*April 12, 2012 by Brenda*

**physics **

An apple weighs 2 KG. The earth exerts a force of 20 Newtons on the apple. How fast does the apple fall ? ( 1 Newton = kg/m/s2)
*February 15, 2012 by steve o*

**Chem/Physics**

A baseball weighs 5.19 . What is the kinetic energy in joules of this baseball when it is thrown by a major-league pitcher at 98.0 ?
*October 14, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physical sciene**

1) A boy weighs 392 Newtons.What is his mass? 2) A baby weighs 8.0 pounds. What is his mass in slug? 3) An object has a mass of 50 grams. What is its weight in dynes? 4) An object has a mass of 75 grams. What is its weight in newtons?
*January 10, 2011 by Anonymous*

**science**

Ok, your suppose to make a rule and I don't know what the answer is.. ok, the question is : If an object weighs x newtons, how much force is needed to lift it up?
*May 18, 2011 by Emma*

**math**

People weigh 6 times as much on Earth as they do on the moon.Mr.Marks weighs 180 pounds on Earth.How much would he weigh on the moon?
*February 17, 2010 by Thanh*

**earth**

An object on earth weighs 6 times what it would weigh on the moon. An object weighs 72 pounds on earth. Write multiplication equation to find the weight of object on moon.
*February 10, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

The weight of an object on Earth is 350 newtons. On Mars, the same object would weigh 134 newtons. What is the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of Mars, given that it is 9.8 meters/second2 on Earth?
*December 16, 2012 by Plato*

**physics**

What does a 15 kg mass weigh on Earth? need assistance in setting up problem to get answer in Newtons and in pounds. thanks Weight in Newtons = M g =(Mass in kg) x (acceleration of gravity in m/s^2) The acceleration of gravity on Earth is g = 9.8 m/s^2. Do the multiplication ...
*September 21, 2006 by mitch*

**ALGEBRA**

The force of gravity on Earth is 6 times greater than on the moon. As a result, objects weigh 6 times as much on Earth as they do on the moon. A scientific instrument weighs 34 pounds on the moon. How much does the instrument weigh on Earth?
*June 25, 2014 by JD JOHNSON*

**science **

your weight is 600 newtons and you have just finished building a raft which weighs 1000 newtons. what is the smallest upthrust force needed so that it will float with just you on it ? (please answer really quick )
*November 6, 2011 by poppy *

**Algebra II**

The force of attraction between the earth and some object is called the weight of that object. The law of gravitation states, then, that the weight of an object is inversely proportional to the square of its distance from the center of the earth. If a person weighs 120 lb on ...
*November 16, 2011 by Arielle Guidry*

**Algebra II**

The force of attraction between the earth and some object is called the weight of that object. The law of gravitation states, then, that the weight of an object is inversely proportional to the square of its distance from the center of the earth. If a person weighs 120 lb on ...
*November 21, 2011 by Arielle*

**jupiter and earth**

The planet of Jupiter is more than 300 times more massive than earth.however,an object scarcely weighs 3 times as much on the surface of Jupiter as it does on the surface of the earth. How can that be? Determine the radius of Jupiter in terms of earth radii.
*May 30, 2010 by phelile*

**Physics**

A person with a mass of 85kg. How much in newtons do they weigh on the earth and the moon?
*February 11, 2008 by Charles*

**pre-calculus honors**

Generate a function that models the situation. Consider the type of function described—it is not linear! A shipping company charges $4 for the first pound and $3 for each additional pound or part thereof. As you try to come up with the equation, consider the following: -How ...
*December 17, 2009 by annemarie*

**Physics**

A small rocket weighs 14.7 newtons. The rocket is fired from a high platform but it's engine fails to burn properly. The rocket gains total upward force if only 10.2 newtons. At what rate and in what direction is the rocket accelerated?
*February 19, 2014 by Alex*

**math**

a student who weighs 500 newtons climbed the stairs frim the first fkoor to the third floor 15 meters above in 20 second How much work did she do? what was her power? How do you write this question out HELP
*October 25, 2009 by gary*

**physics-mechanics**

A 1.0 kg mass weighs 9.8 N on Earth's surface, and the radius of Earth is roughly 6.4 x 10^6 m. Calculate the average density of Earth
*December 27, 2012 by Rebecca*

**physics**

A bookshelf is at rest in a room. A force of 35.0 newtons is applied to a bookshelf. If the floor imparts a frictional force of 2.90 newtons, what is the net force acting on the bookshelf? 37.9 newtons 32.1 newtons 33.1 newtons 35.0 newtons 50.5 newtons
*May 2, 2014 by Dalton*

**8th grade**

a student wo weighs 500 newtons climbed the stairs from the first floor to the third floor 15 meters above in 20 seconds A.how much work did she do? B.what was her power
*October 25, 2009 by Barb *

**physics**

A boulder weighs 800N at the surface of the earth. What would be its weight at a distance of three earth's radii from the center of the earth?
*July 7, 2010 by weng*

**physics**

A boulder weighs 800N at the surface of the earth. What would be its weight at a distance of three earth's radii from the center of the earth?
*July 8, 2010 by weng*

**earth**

A particle weighs 120 N on the surface of the earth. At what height above the earth's surface will its weight be 30 N? Radius of the earth = 6,400 km.
*May 31, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Algebra**

The gravitational force between an object & the Earth is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the object to the center of the Earth. If an astronaut weighs 210 lbs on the surface of the Earth, what will he weigh 100 miles above the Earth? Assume that the ...
*April 29, 2011 by Crystal*

**physical science,**

the planet jupiter is more than 300 times more massive than earth. However,an object scarcley weighs 3 times as much on the surface of jupiter as it does on the surface of the earth. how can that be? Determine the radius of jupiter in terms of earth radii
*June 1, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Physics for Life science**

The planet Jupiter is more than 300 times more massive than Earth. However, an object scarcely weighs 3 times as much on the surface of Jupiter as it does on the surface of the Earth. How can that be? determine the radius of Jupiter in terms of Earth radii.
*June 1, 2010 by TangenT*

**Physical Science**

the planet Jupiter is more than 300 as massive as earth. But a body would scarecly weighs 3 times as much on the surface of Jupiteras it would on the surface of the earth. Can you think of an explanation for why this is so?
*June 25, 2011 by Traci*

**Science**

If Frankie the kangaroo climbed out of the crate and pushed the crate with a mighty 12 newtons of force against the efforts of Fred and the man (each applying 10 newtons of force), what would be the net force on the crate from all the pushing? 0 newtons *8 newtons 10 newtons ...
*July 13, 2010 by Matt *

**science**

if a person weighs 120kg on earth, how much would they weigh in space
*May 3, 2011 by JM*

**pre-calculus honors**

GENERATE A FUNCTION THAT MODELS THE SITUATION. Consider the type of function described—it is not linear! A shipping company charges $4 for the first pound and $3 for each additional pound or part thereof. As you try to come up with the equation, consider the following: -How ...
*December 17, 2009 by annemarie*

**pre-calculus honors**

GENERATE A FUNCTION THAT MODELS THE SITUATION. Consider the type of function described—it is not linear! A shipping company charges $4 for the first pound and $3 for each additional pound or part thereof. As you try to come up with the equation, consider the following: -How ...
*December 17, 2009 by annemarie*

**Science**

If one object on the moon weighs 42 pounds how much would it way on earth? Why?
*May 4, 2011 by Joseph*

**Physics**

You weigh 526 N on earth. Planet X has twice the mass of Earth and the radius of Earth . What is your weight in newtons on planet X?
*January 28, 2013 by Brock Tab*

**Physics**

Jessica's weight is 540 Newtons. According to the Third Law, if the Earth pulls on Jessica with a force of 540N, then Jessica pulls on the Earth with a force of 540 Newtons that acts in the opposite direction. However, if Jessica stumbles while rollerblading, she wil lfall ...
*November 5, 2009 by Anonymous*

**Science**

Without newtons second law would there be gravity on earth??????? Help!!! And also how are newtons second and third laws of motion important to your everyday life?
*March 26, 2014 by Kahoho*

**physics**

The earth orbits the sun once every 365.24 days. The distance between the earth and sun is 1.49x 10^8 Km. The mass of the earth is 5.96 x 10 ^24 kg. A) Find the magnitude in newtons of the centripetal force acting on the earth. The mass of mars is 6.56 x 10 ^23 Kg and the ...
*October 12, 2011 by ED*

**Physics**

A 1.0kg mass weighs 9.8 Newton on earth's surface, and the radius of Earth is roughly 6.4 x 10 to the power of 6. The mass of the earth is 6.02 x 10 to the power of 24. Calculate the average density of Earth?
*December 24, 2012 by Rebecca*

**physics**

Jessica's weight is 540 newtons. According to the Third Law, if the Earth pulls on Jessica with a force of 540 N, then Jessica pulls on the Earth with a force of 540 newtons that acts in the opposite direction. However, if Jessica stumbles while rollerblading, she will fall ...
*January 1, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Jessica's weight is 540 Newtons. According to the Third Law, if the Earth pulls on Jessica with a force of 540 N, then Jessica pulls on the Earth with a force of 540 Newtons that acts in the opposite direction. However, if Jessica stumbles while rollerblading, she will fall ...
*August 12, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Jessica's weight is 540 newtons. According to the Third Law, if the Earth pulls on Jessica with a force of 540 N, then Jessica pulls on the Earth with a force of 540 newtons that acts in the opposite direction. However, if Jessica stumbles while rollerblading, she will fall ...
*March 15, 2009 by Kim*

**PHYSICS!**

IMAGINE- a building 6400km. high. On the ground floor, a person weighs 175lbs when he steps on a spring scale how much would the man weigh on the same scale if he were standing at the top floor? HINT: Note that 6400km is also the radius of the earth so that the top floor is ...
*July 23, 2012 by Anonymous*

**PHYSICS**

Search: a 1.0 kg mass weighs 9.8 n on earths surface and the radius of the earth is roughly 6.4x10 to the 6 m. what is the mass of the earth and the average density of Earth
*December 8, 2010 by Tracey*

**Physics**

Using the fact that a 1.0 kg mass weighs 9.8N on the surface of the earth and the radius of the earth is roughly 6.4x10^8m. calculate the mass of the earth.
*May 3, 2010 by Hannah*

**PHYSICS**

Gerry, who weighs 500 newtons, is late for class. It takes her 7.5 seconds to run up two flights of stairs, a total height of 8.0 meters. How much power does Gerry expend in her run upstairs?
*January 11, 2010 by STEPHANIE*

**earth**

Body on surface of earth weighs 400 lb. Radius of earth is about 4000miles. If same body were placed on 4000 mile high tower, what would its weight be
*January 20, 2012 by jerry*

**Pre- AP Physics**

The earth exerts a force of 1400 N on an orbiting communications satellite that is 35 mi above the Earth. What is the magnitude of the force the satellite will exert on the earth? Answer in units of Newtons
*November 4, 2012 by Jaycee*

**physics**

The mass of Earth can be calculated using the fact that the weight of an object (in newtons) is equal to the force of gravity between the object and Earth. Given that the radius of Earth is 6.4*10^6m , determine its mass
*April 2, 2012 by Melissa*

**Physical Science**

Here's a question from my homework that I have no idea where to even beging with it. A European "weighs" 100 kg on Earth. a. What is his mass on Earth? b. What is his weight on Earth? c. What is his mass on the moon where the acceleration due to gravity is 1/6 that of the ...
*October 4, 2007 by Beth*

**Physics**

When the space shuttle (mass of the shuttle = 2 x10^6 kg) was at the outer limit of Earth's atmosphere (distance = 350 km above Earth's surface), astronauts measured the gravitational force from Earth to be equal to 1.7 x 10^7 newtons. Assuming that both Earth and the shuttle ...
*May 20, 2012 by Leila*

**physics**

what is the mass of a car that weighs 60 000 Newtons on the moon?
*January 26, 2012 by Ji-Min*

**Physics**

1. Gunter, the weightlifter, can lift a 230.0 kg barbell overhead on Earth. The acceleration due to gravity on the sun is 274 m/s2. 2. a. Would the barbells be heavier on the sun or on the Earth. heavier on the sun b. How much (in Newtons) would the barbells weigh on the sun...
*November 1, 2010 by Micah*

**Physics**

John weighs 660 N, and Marcia weighs 486 N. Estimate the gravitational force between them when they are 0.47 m apart. I've tried finding the mass of john and marcia by doing m=F*a (F being their weight in Newtons and a being 9.8 m/s^2). When I found their masses, I applied ...
*September 29, 2011 by Kellie *

**Math**

Clark's dog weighs 30 pounds. Matt's dog weighs 450 ounces. Whos dog weighs more? How much more? Clark's weighs more. Clark's weighs more by 2. Correct?
*January 25, 2012 by Jaycee*

**physics**

you weigh 526 N on earth. Planet X has twice the mass of Earth and twice the radius of Earth. What is your weight in newtons on planet X?
*January 25, 2011 by anonymous*

**earth**

22. If a man weighs 720 N on Earth, what is his weight on the moon?
*November 17, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

If Joe weighs 100N on the moon how much will Joe weigh on earth? N & kg
*October 31, 2012 by desperate*

**physics**

The engine weighs 4500 newtons and it is lifted 1.5 meters up by the block and tackle system. To accomplish this, the mechanic must apply a force of 225 newtons while pulling a total of 37.5 meters of chain through the block and tackle pulley system What is the work done by ...
*May 18, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

On Planet Y, the value of g is 12 m/s/s. If the human weighs 685 N on this planet, then how much woud he weigh on earth?
*September 12, 2012 by Tony*

**physics**

a marble is dropped from the top of a skyscraper. Is the work done by earths gravitational force on the marble equal to, smaller than or larger them that done by the marbles gravitational force on earth? Why? newtons 3rd law: force on marble due to earths grav. field is equal ...
*October 30, 2006 by danielle*

**Physics**

When out in space in International Space Station (ISS), Astronauts experience weightlessness. The ISS’s orbit is 354 km (that is 3.54 x 105 m) above the surface of the earth. The distance separating the center of the earth from the center of the ISS is then approximately equal...
*September 8, 2011 by Elisabeth*

**calculus**

the weight of a person on or above the surface of the earth varies inversely as the square of the distance the person is from the center of the earth. if a person weighs 180 pounds on the surface of the earth and the radius of the earth is 3900 miles, what will the person ...
*June 23, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

person weighs 526 N on Earth. Another planet has twice the mass of Earth and Twice the radius of Earth. Find the weight on the other planet. I need help with a formula too.
*January 25, 2011 by Sejul*

**physics**

A space traveler weighs 620 N on earth. What will the traveler weigh on another planet whose radius is three times that of earth and whose mass is twice that of earth?
*January 30, 2012 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A space traveler weighs 635 N on earth. What will the traveler weigh on another planet whose radius is three times that of earth and whose mass is twice that of earth?
*October 4, 2012 by Donald*

**physics**

a bag of sugar weighs 5.00 lb on earth. What would it weigh in newton on the moon, where the free fall is one-sixth that of the earth?
*November 20, 2011 by marissa*

**science**

object weighs 40 N on earth's surface. it would weight on 10 N when its distance from earth's center is doubled halved tripled or quadrupled thankyou
*January 25, 2011 by bob*

**science**

object weighs 40 N on earth's surface. it would weight on 10 N when its distance from earth's center is doubled halved tripled or quadrupled thankyou
*January 25, 2011 by bob*

**physics**

The engine weighs 4500 newtons and it is lifted 1.5 meters up by the block and tackle system. The mechanic must apply a force of 225 newtons while pulling a total of 37.5 meters of chain through the block and tackle pulley system. What is the work done by the block and tackle ...
*March 17, 2011 by jay*

**Physics**

The engine weighs 4500 newtons and it is lifted 1.5 meters up by the block and tackle system. To accomplish this, the mechanic must apply a force of 225 newtons while pulling a total of 37.5 meters of chain through the block and tackle pulley system. What is the work done by ...
*March 23, 2011 by John*

**physics**

The engine weighs 4500 newtons and it is lifted 1.5 meters up by the block and tackle system. To accomplish this, the mechanic must apply a force of 225 newtons while pulling a total of 37.5 meters of chain through the block and tackle pulley system. What is the work done by ...
*March 24, 2011 by John*

**Science**

If on earth you weigh 420 newtons, and the gravitational pull on the moon is 1/6 of what it is on earth. What would be your weight on the moon?? Please show work Thanks!! :)
*September 4, 2012 by Madelyn Santiago*

**Mechanics:Statics**

A man weighs 900N on the surface of the earth. Compare his weight in an airplane flying at an elevation of 9000m. Note that the radius of Earth is 6378km.
*April 19, 2013 by Marc*

**Physics: How much do you way on another planet**

A person weighs 900 N on Earth. What would he weigh on another planet, where the free-fall acceleration is 26.4 m/s2? Answer in units of N.
*April 19, 2010 by HELP ME!!*

**phy.**

check my understanding please. Larry weighs 300 N at the surface of the earth. what is the weight of the earth in the gravitational field of Larry? -would it still be 300 N an astronaugt lands on a planet that has twice the mass as earth and twice the diameter. how does the ...
*October 16, 2007 by Julie*

**PHYSICS HELP!**

IMAGINE- a building 6400km. high. On the ground floor, a person weighs 175lbs when he steps on a spring scale how much would the man weigh on the same scale if he were standing at the top floor? HINT: Note that 6400km is also the radius of the earth so that the top floor is ...
*July 24, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Astronomy**

Atmospheric pressure is simply the weight (remember Newton’s Laws) of the atmosphere pushing down divided by the area upon which the atmosphere is pushing. The metric units of pressure are Newtons/m2 (also called a Pascal; you might also have heard of pounds per square inch [...
*April 9, 2009 by Ashley*

**physics**

Star Z has 1/5 the radius of Earth and 1000 times the Earth's mass. If a mass weighs 1.0 N on Earth, what does it weight on Star Z? Thank you.
*January 25, 2011 by anil*

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