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How would your Mars weight compare to your earth weight if the acceleration due to gravity on Mars is 3.71 m/s2?

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    It would be Mars Weight/Earth Weight. So 3.71/9.8 which is 0.37857142857. And the 3 sig figs it would be 0.379

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