is anyone familiar with the unit of force: kilogramweight? how is it related to newtons

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F = Ma M = mass = Kg a = acceleration = m/s2 therefore, F = Kg * m/s2 = N N = newton
weight is just another force..which we apply on ground .. and thus is the definiton..
yup 1N=1kgms-2

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nope....
but whats kilogram weight?? 1kgweight=gN 1N=1/g kg weight
nope?
whats acceleration ?? i mean what is gravitational force of the earth ?
? what do u mean
g = gravitational force... what is that ???
gravitational constant 9.8m/s2?
right...
F = Ma assume, F = 1N and M = 1Kg Therefore, 1 N = 9.81 Kg/ m2
understood ??
oh so you just use f=ma F=1N, a=g and m=1kg
yup...
wait so.. how to get 1N=1/g kgweight?
ok..
u sure, its 1/ g ??
Units: SI unit: Newton (N). A net force of 1 N causes a mass of 1 kg to accelerate at 1 ms-2. Alternative unit: Kilogram weight (kg wt). A force of 1 kg wt is the force exerted by gravity on a mass of 1 kg. 1 Conversion of units: 1 kg wt = g N, 1 N = 1/g kg wt .
idunno thats what it says
it is simply equal to the magnitude of the force exerted by one kg of mass in a 9.8 ms^-2 gravitational field(on earth) 1KgF = 9.80665 N and F and weight are congruent..
lil confusing for me as well...

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