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The weight of an object is 480N on the earth and 120N on the moon,calculate the mass of the object on the moon

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  1. If an object weighs 480 N. on the earth,
    it's weight on the moon will be 480/6 =
    80 N. How did you get 120 N.?

    The mass on the moon is the same as on
    earth.

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