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the gravitational field strength at the earth's surface is 10n/kg. calculate the wight of the following:
A. a person of mass 80kg
B. a 2kg bag of sugar
C. a 125kg pack of tea

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    Multiply each mass (in kg) by 10 N/kg.

    A more correct multiplier would have been 9.8 N/kg

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