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4 PART
Your weight on different planets is affected by gravity. An object that weighs 150 pounds on Earth weighs only 56.55 pounds on Mars. The same object weighs only 24.9 pounds on the Moon.
A)What percent of an object's Earth weight is its weight on Mars and on the Moon?
B)Suppose x represents an object's weight on Earth. Write two expressions: one that you can use to find the object's weight on Mars and another that you can use to write the ojbect's weight on the Moon.
C)The space suite Neil Armstrong wore when he stepped on the Moon for the first time weighed about 180 pounds on Earth. How much did it weigh on the Moon?
D)What if? If you could travel to Jupiter, your weight would be 236.4% of your Earth weight. How much would Neil Armstrong's space suit weigh on Jupiter?
**not sure if my weight is needed for D, but I weigh 105 pounds.
THANK YOU!!

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  1. Mars 100 * 56.55/150 = 37.7%
    Moon 100 * 24.9/150 = 16.6% (about 1/6, remember that)

    Mars .377 x
    Moon .166 x

    .166 * 180 = 29.9 pounds (note 180/6 =30)

    180 * 2.364

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  2. I don't know

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  3. Tbh, I still don't know what I am doing for this problem, I am stuck on B!

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  4. I at math😖

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  5. Tbh, yall wasting yalls time on this thing 😐 . I don't even know why yall even bother mane 💀😴

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  6. I don't. Understand all the question

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  7. Mars is 37.7 percent and moon is 16.6 percent thanks and have a wonderful rest of the day 💜🌺

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  8. (A) Mars - 37.7% The Moon - 16.6%

    (B) An expression you could use for Mars - x * 0.377; For The Moon- x* 0.166

    (C) Neil Armstrong's suit weighed 29.88 pounds

    (D) On Jupiter, Neil Armstrong's suit weighed 425.5 pounds

    (You don't need your weight for the answer to part D)
    I'm not completely positive my answers are right, but I hope this helps you!! Btw Jazmine E. people like me try because we actually want to pass, get good grades, and live a successful life. Have fun not trying and "wasting" your time studying.

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  9. Foolish mortals. KNEEL

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  10. Hi people I at a cupcake

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  11. So easy!!!!
    A.) mars: 37.7% and the moon: 16.6%
    B.) mars: x: 0.377; moon: x: 0.166
    C.) his suit weighed 29.88 pounds
    D.) 425.2 pounds
    I am smart and don't cheat!

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  12. u all ugly :)

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  13. Hello i'm some person if you're reading this have a good day!

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  14. I agree with Emma H. You go girl! Dab on em haters

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  15. Lel go on on slader for help

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  16. T H I C C
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  17. 65 percent

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  18. Emma H. Thank you for all your help today in 2019 you really helped me cause all my teacher does is yell at us to get it all done💙

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