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What is the weight of a 12 kg mass on the moon if the gravitational acceleration (g) was only .8 m/s/s?

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    weight= m*gravitationalacceleration

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    The actual value of g on the Moon is 1.6 m/s/s, not 0.8.

    The weight formula is
    W = M g,
    but I cannot recommend using an incorrect value for g.

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