If your weight is 120 pounds and your mass is 54 kilograms, how would those values change if you were on the moon? The gravitational force on the moon is 1/6 the gravitational force on Earth.
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mass does not change, 54 for both
weight on earth = m g
weight on moon = m gmoon
so
weight on moon = (gmoon/g)120
= 120/6 = 20 pounds 👍
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