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What is the acceleration on planet X, if a 1.5 kg object weighs 3.45 N on plantet X?

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    Newton's Second Law:
    F(or weight) = mass x acceleration.

    so, a = F/mass = 3.45/1.5

    You do the math and don't forget the units!

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