1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A person on earth weighs 750N. What would the person weigh on a planet with 1.2 times the radius and 1.9 times the mass? 2. Relevant equations mg=Gmme/re2 The two ms cancel, leaving: g=Gme/re2 3. The attempt at a solution Since the two ms cancel out, I thought that the most logical way to approach the problem would be to take the equation g=Gme/re2 and the values I was previously given for the earth's radius and mass, multiply by the factors given,and solve the problem. g=(6.67*10-11)(1.1362*1024) /7656000 g=98981121.21 N The answer seems too large. Did I miss a step, was my logic flawed, or am I just overthinking the answer? Thanks so much.