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I'd be glad to assist.

I need help with the second and third questions.

Seriously... I HATE the English system. :-|

I guess what this means is the only lbm we can go off of is the one that we find on earth.

On earth this is expressed as\[16 lb_f = 16 lb_m \cdot {32.17 \over 32.17}\]

Therefore, your teachers conversion is correct. \[x kg = 16 \cdot 0.45\]

I'm still studying what you wrote...

My apologies for the initial confusion.