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A 100N force acting on a lever 2m from the fulcrum balances an object 0.5m from the fulcrum on the other arm. What is the weight of the object(in newtons)?What is it's mass (in kg)?

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  1. 100*2-W*.5=0

    looks like W is about 400N

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  2. 0.5

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  3. 0.5mn

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  4. From what I think:-
    Weight=(100*2*0.5)
    =200*0.5
    =100

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