An astronaut who is weighing himself inside of a rocket blasting off from the moon with an upward acceleration of 1.26m/s^2 records a scale reading of 188N . The acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 1.67m/s^2 .
Find the mass of the astronaut
The Attempt at a Solution
I subtracted the accelerations to m=188N/(1.67-1.26) and it wasn't the answer, I also tried them individually and still can figure it out. m= 188N/1.67 and m=188N/1.26