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You weigh yourself at the top of a high mountain and the scale reads 720N. If your mass is 75K, what is the acceleration of gravity at your location?

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    Since Weight = Mg, the local value of g = Weight/M = 720/75 m/s^2

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    what drwls said was wrong....

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