# 5. What is the weight of a person of mass 60kg at (i) the equator (g=9.8m/s2 (ii)the poles(g=10m/s2 (iii) on moon (g=1.6m/s2

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by toshi

2015-06-06T16:00:14+05:30

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Force=weight

weight= mass* acceleration due to gravity

(i) w= 60* 9.8
w= 588 kg

(ii) w= 60*10
w= 600 kg

(iii) w=60*1.6
w=96 kg

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2015-06-06T16:39:20+05:30

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Weight at the equator= mass* g
=60*9.8=  588N
weight at the poles = mass* g
=60 * 10= 600N
weight on the moons =mass* g
= 60 * 1.6=  96N