I am enrolled in a course related with physics, and we have a table of equivalencies of units to get the right units of frequencies.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have always work with the third row, but I want to understand the conversion between mass units only; for example to convert mass from kg to kgf.sCode (Text):

Stiffness Mass Frequency

tonf/m ton.s^2/m rad/s

kN/m ton rad/s

N/m kg rad/s

kgf/m kgf.s^2/m rad/s^{2}/m. What I have to do it?

I have always a problem for this: if I have 50kgf, so to get the mass value for this force, I have to divide by gravity, and I have kgf-s^{2}/m. Furthermore, if I want to convert first to Newtons, then, I have to multiply by 9.80N, and finally divide by gravity to get the mass, and the value of mass is 50kg, different from the other calculation. What have I done wrong?

Please help me.

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