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I need help understanding therelationships between gramass and gravity

masss is m weight is w gravity is g m=w/g, if w is expressed in kg and g in (m/s^2) the resultant will be in newtons. Is this right or wrong ?

If I am trying to obtain the force F exerted on an object (in newtons) and the mass is expressed in newtons and multiplied by the acceleration in (m/s^2) will the answer still be in newtons ?

Please explain this process to me

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# Homework Help: Mass and gravity HELP PLEASE

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