What unit would i end up with if i divide 1 Joules/kg by .5 meters?
Would it be N/kg?
What is a Newton in terms of kg, m and s?
ya. N/kg doesnt sound right. Its for finding the gravity on planet X. If the object has 1 J/kg of gravitational potential at .5 meters from the surface, what is the gravity on that planet?
So Vg = gy so g = V/y. So, 1/.5 = 2
The gravity on that planet is 2 m/s? But they want the answer in N/kg, but that doesnt sound right.
Re-arrange f=ma and what units do you get that equal N/kg?
Let me ask again. What is a Newton in terms of kg, m and s?
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