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On the surface of Jupiter, where the acceleration due to gravity is about three times that of Earth, a 100-kg rock would have a weight of about & how did you get the answer ?

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  1. Yahoo!
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    weight = mg

  2. Yahoo!
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    g on earth = 10m/s^2 Jupiter --is about three times that of Earth so 3* 10 = 30

  3. cherio12
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    ^^ yahoo! is right, but to be more accurate you might want to use 9.81 as g on earth

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