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An astronaut who weighed 765 newtons on Earth found that his weight on Jupiter was 1800 newtons. While visiting Jupiter, he captured an alien that weighed 1200 newtons on Jupiter. What will be the alien's weight on Earth? A. 443 newtons B. 510 newtons C. 742 newtons D. 985 newtons
To help you i gotta go through my notes......
will you fan me if i help you?!?!?!?
I was helping you. I already solved it and was about to go through it. Oh well! Not my problem :)
Oh, well you didnt have to be kind of rude about it, or at least you sounded rude
@YumYum247 I will fan you if you help me with this question, + I will medal you if you help me with another question! :D
gimme a sec...
No I was not being rude, I was being up front that you remarks weren't significant to solving the problem :)
are you two done so i can begin?!?!?!?
I have been waiting on you
you didnt have to be rude about it. :(
ok your question is based on newton's third law of motion which states that every action has a reaction force acting with the same magnitude but in the opposite direction...so when you stand on earth...your weight is exerting a certain force against the earth and the earth is exerting the same force back at you....
you need to use the following formula.....F = 6.67 X 10^-11N.m^2 (m1)(m2)/Kg^2/d^2
let me write it dow for you.....hehehe
oh shayyy....i just realized you have three variables already given to you.... you can use them to find the fourth missing one!!! LOL i think it's 510 N
You're not using the right equation.
if it's a math questionnn do the following....|dw:1450157102536:dw|
Yes that is one way to do it. The other equation you included is the gravitational force between any two masses.
It is irrelevant here.
The other way to do it would be using F=mg a bunch of times. I get the same answer as well of 510N. X)
It appears that he has left anyway.
he'll be back :)
Answer is b