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A bag of sugar weighs 6.70 lb on Earth.
a) What would it weigh in newtons on the Moon, where the free-fall acceleration is one sixth that on Earth?

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    6.7 lb = 3.04 kg
    mg₁=3.04•9.8 =29.8 N
    mg₂=mg₁/6 =3.04•9.8/6=4.97 N

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