It's 2:30 AM and I'm doing some Physics online, and I can't wrap my brain around the this question: Specifically, I don't understand what the force as a multiple of the capsule's weight is. I've tried a long list of nonsensical answers, all of which fail. Some of the ones I tried are: Note: Fn = Force in Newtons, Fg = G-Force, g = gravity, w = weight Fn/w Fn/g Fn/Fg None of them work! (which sort of makes sense in my head...) If you're curious, here is the problem as it is presented: I've solved all the other problems relating to the g-force upon impacting, the acceleration of the capsule during the crash, and the force in newtons of the crash. Also, the length of time in which the crash occurred. I just have no idea of what solving as a multiple of the capsule's weight means. Thank you for any help!