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What is the field strength of a planet where a man of 85 kg weighs 400 Newtons?
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400 N/85 kg 4.705882353N kg-1,
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w=mg

g=w/m

g =(400)/(85)

=4.705882353N kg-1
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G=W/M =400/85 =4,705N/kg
by Wooden (622 points)
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W = 400N m = 85 kg g =? W = mg 400 = 85 x g 400/85 = g g = 4,705882353N kg-1
by Wooden (516 points)

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