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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 Earth?
d. What is his weight on the moon?

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