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are you trying to prove f=ma?

no

i am thinking and striving to prove weight = mass*gravity? how, i was pondering over it

this comes from definition ... weight = gravitational force.
weight = GmM/R^2 = m GM/R^2 = mg

this is my question how weight = gravitational force* mass (not weight @experimentX :) )

and i heard that there is a long proof of it i am looking for that

@experiment i need mathematical explanation of this definition how weight = mass*gravity?

I was writing it for 10 minutes and the page reloaded

@ivanmlerner your explanation seems precised . thanks

agreed, but i'll get you that soon