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Mar2611, 05:27 PM

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If weight at the earth's surface is equal to its mass times the acceleration of gravity? would mass be equal to weight divided by acceleration of gravity? or because mass is a constant it can't be found by weight or gravity?




#2
Mar2611, 07:28 PM

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#3
Mar2611, 07:56 PM

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Yes, the mass of an object is its weight divided by the acceleration of gravity.



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