anonymous
  • anonymous
A mass of 10.0 kg is in a gravitational field of 3.50 N/kg. What force acts on the mass?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
just multiply! 3.50 Newton per kg. how much for 10 kg?
anonymous
  • anonymous
what am i multiplying? 3.50x10?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes

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anonymous
  • anonymous
the gravitational field is 3.5N/kg .. look at the unit.. what does it say?? field = 3.5N/kg = "the field would put a force of 3.5N for 1 kg of mass" thats the meaning.. hence 1kg ---- exp 3.5N of force 10kg -----exp ? cross multiply .. thats how you work with force fields!
anonymous
  • anonymous
The constant in the question could be described as the local gravitational field - on Earth at around sea level we are used to the constant having a value of 9.8ms-2 or 9.8N/kg.

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