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An object has a mass of 5.0 kg on the surface of the Moon. What would be the object's:
a) mass on Earth
b) force of gravity on Earth

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  1. Mass does not depend on gravitational constant anywhere. 5 kg is 5 kg

    b) m g = 5*9.81 N

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    posted by Damon
  2. f=mg
    =5.0x9.8
    =49N

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    posted by nia
  3. Yes

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