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If you weight 200 N on the Earth's surface, how much would you weigh on the planet Mars? (Mars radius: 3.43E6 m and mass 6.37E23 kg)

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    \[g = G \frac{ M }{ R ^{2} }\] use this to find the gravitational field strength on Mars Convert 200N to your mass. multiply your mass by the gravitational field strength of Mars

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