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What would be Kelly’s weight be in newtons if her mass is 70 kilograms

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  1. anonymous
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    How can you obtain the Weight for an object knowing its mass? is something related to gravity....

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    thats all the question gave me

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    700

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    the weight of an object is the force whit which it is attracted to the planet and it depends on the mass of the object, you can get that force by multyplying the mass by the acceleratin of gravity on earth (g=9.81m/s^2) W=m*g

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