anonymous
  • anonymous
the acceleration of gravity on the moon is 1/6th what it is on earth. An objest of mass 72 kg is taken to the moonn. What is the mass on the moon? @Mathematics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Lay out your knowns, including formula for mass. You should see how to proceed...
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is a ratio problem...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Mass doesn't change. It would be same mass. However if you mean weight, the weight would be 120 kg in moon.

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You're right in that the mass wouldn't change, @abdul shabeer, but wrong about the weight - it would decrease, not increase, to 1/6 of the weight on Earth or about 12kg.

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