Acceleration due to gravity is 9.81 m/s/s. What is the weight (in Newtons) of a 97.96 kg mass?

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1. physics

an object has a weight of 5.10 Newtons at sea level, where the acceleration due to gravity is 9.81 m/s squared. What is the acceleration due to gravity on the object if it is placed in a spaceship 1,000 km above sea level which gravity exerts a force of

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2. Physics

Acceleration due to gravity is 9.81 m/s/s. What is the weight (in Newtons) of a 97.96 kg mass?

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5. physics

What does a 15 kg mass weigh on Earth? need assistance in setting up problem to get answer in Newtons and in pounds. thanks Weight in Newtons = M g =(Mass in kg) x (acceleration of gravity in m/s^2) The acceleration of gravity on Earth is g = 9.8 m/s^2. Do

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6. Physics

The weight of an object on Earth is 350 newtons. On Mars, the same object would weigh 134 newtons. What is the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of Mars, given that it is 9.8 meters/second2 on Earth?

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10. Physics

The value of acceleration due to gravity (g) on a point 10,000 kilometers above sea level is about 1.49 meters/second2. How much will an object, which weighs 98 newtons on the surface of Earth, weigh on this point? The value of acceleration due to gravity

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11. IPC

The value of acceleration due to gravity (g) on a point 10,000 kilometers above sea level is about 1.49 meters/second2. How much will an object, which weighs 98 newtons on the surface of Earth, weigh on this point? The value of acceleration due to gravity

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12. Science Physics

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17. Physics Projectile Motion

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we can say that the force of gravity is equal to mass times acceleration were the acceleration is equal to gravity sense gravity is an acceleration because of newtons second law force = mass times acceleration hence Fg = mass times acceleration Fg = mass

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20. Physics

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21. physics

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22. Physics

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23. Physics

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24. physics

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25. Physics

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28. physics

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29. physical

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30. physics

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31. Physics

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32. Physics

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33. Physics

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35. physics

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36. Physics

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37. physics

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38. Physics

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39. Pysics

Realizing that she often doesn't have her students' full attention during class, a professor devises an elaborate device on which to stand while she lectures. The pulley is placed so that the string makes a 45.0-degree angle with the beam. The beam is

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40. Physics

Realizing that she often doesn't have her students' full attention during class, a professor devises an elaborate device on which to stand while she lectures. The pulley is placed so that the string makes a 45.0-degree angle with the beam. The beam is

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41. science

the moon's gravity is about one-sixth the gravity on earth. mar's gravity is about one half the gravity on earth. make a bar graph that shows your weight (95 lbs) in newtons on earth, moon, and on mars. A newton is equal to about one quarter of a pound.

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42. physics

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44. Physics

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45. Physics

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46. Physics

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47. Physics

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48. physics

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49. physics

If the earth acceleration due to gravity on a mass of 2000kg on the earth surface is 10ms.What will be the acceleration due to gravity when it is at a point twice the radius of the earth.What is the gravitational force on it.

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50. physics

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51. physics

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52. physics

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54. Physics

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55. PHYSICS(HELP)

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56. Physics Classical Mechanics

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57. Physics

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58. Physics

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59. physics

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60. Physics

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61. physics

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62. Physics

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63. physics

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64. Physics help ASAP

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65. earth

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66. phy

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67. Physical Science

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68. Physics

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69. Math

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70. physics

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71. physics

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72. Physical Science

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73. Physics

A 784 Newton astronaunt travels to Neptune's largest moon, Triton, with a simple bathroom scale. While standing on the surface of the moon, he finds that he now weighs only 62 Newtons. What is g, acceleration due to gravity, on Triton?

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74. Physics

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75. physics

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76. science

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77. Physics

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78. physics

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79. physics

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80. Physics

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81. physics

The weight of an astronaut plus his space suit on the Moon is only 270 N. A. How much do they weigh on Earth, in Newtons, assuming the acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 1.67m/s^2= 1584is this right? B. What is the mass of the astronaut and his

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82. Physics

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83. scince

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84. physics

Superman throws a boulder of weight 1850N at an adversary on the surface of the earth, where the magnitude of the acceleration due to gravity, g = 9.80m/s2 . What horizontal force must Superman apply to the boulder to give it a horizontal acceleration of

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85. Physics

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86. PHYSICS

AT WHAT DISTANCE ABOVE THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH IS THE ACCELERATION DUE TO EARTH'S GRAVITY 0.980M/S² IF THE ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY AT THE SURFACE HAS MAGNITUDE 9.80M/S²

87. Physics

The weight of an astronaut plus his space suit on the Moon is only 270 N. A. How much do they weigh on Earth, in Newtons, assuming the acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 1.67m/s^2= 1584is this right? B. What is the mass of the astronaut and his

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88. PHYSICS

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89. Science

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90. Physical Science

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91. science

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92. Physics

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93. Astronomy

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94. physics

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95. Physics

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96. College Physics

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97. Physics

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98. Physics

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99. precalculus

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100. Physics

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