Table of Contents

- 1 What is the weight of an object on Earth if its mass is 10 kg?
- 2 How can we find out the mass of a body using a spring balance?
- 3 How does the mass of a 10 kg object on earth compare to the mass of a 10 kg object on the moon?
- 4 What is the mass of a 10 kilogram object on the moon and what is its mass on Earth?
- 5 What is the weight of a 1o kg object on the moon and on the earth what is its mass on each?
- 6 What is the weight in Newton of a 10 kg object on the moon and on the earth?
- 7 How to calculate gravitational weight?
- 8 What is the force exerted by a body of mass 10g?

## What is the weight of an object on Earth if its mass is 10 kg?

100N

Weight varies with location depending upon the acceleration due to gravity eg. for a mass m = 10kg on Earth it`s weight is W = mg = 10 x 10 = 100N.

## How can we find out the mass of a body using a spring balance?

5 Spring balance. Spring balances provide a method of mass measurement that is both simple and cheap. The mass is hung on the end of a spring and the deflection of the spring due to the downwards gravitational force on the mass is measured against a scale.

**What is the approximate weight of a mass of 10 kg on the moon?**

16.33 N

Answer: Weight of a 10-kg object on moon is 16.33 N. Answer: Weight of a 10-kg object on moon is 16.33 N.

**How do you convert GWT to Newton?**

1 N = 102.04 gwt.

### How does the mass of a 10 kg object on earth compare to the mass of a 10 kg object on the moon?

Explanation: A mass of 10⋅kg on Earth will also have a mass of 10⋅kg on the moon. These masses will have different weights; the weight on the Moon will be 16 the weight on Earth.

### What is the mass of a 10 kilogram object on the moon and what is its mass on Earth?

So the strength of gravity on the earth due to its larger mass is approximately 9.8 m/s^2 / 1.625 m/s^2 or 6 times what it is on the moon. Thus an object weighing 10 kg on the moon would weigh approximately 60 kg on earth.

**How is mass measure?**

For the majority of everyday objects, a balance is used to determine an object’s mass. The balance compares an object with a known mass to the object in question. The standard unit of measure for mass comes from the metric system and is either grams or kilograms.

**What can weight be measured in?**

newtons

Weight is a measure ofthe force of gravity on a physical object and is measured in newtons. The weight of a bird of mass 15 g varies with the magnitude ofthe gravitational force acting on it and would be considerably different if measured on the Moon, for example, instead of on Earth.

#### What is the weight of a 1o kg object on the moon and on the earth what is its mass on each?

The moon has a smaller gravitational field strength. On the Moon, g = 1.6 N/kg. In other words, a 1 kg mass has a weight on the Moon of 1.6 N….Summary.

Mass | Weight |
---|---|

Measured in kilogrammes kg | Measured in newtons N |

A measure of the amount of matter | The force of gravity acting on the object |

#### What is the weight in Newton of a 10 kg object on the moon and on the earth?

Let weight be W: So, weight of 10 kg mass on moon is 16. 67 N.

**What is 850g in Newtons?**

Gram to Other Units Conversion Chart

Gram [g] | Output |
---|---|

850 Gram in Tola [Pakistan] is Equal to | 68 |

850 Gram in Kilopound is Equal to | 0.0018739292285715 |

850 Gram in Poundal is Equal to | 60.34 |

850 Gram in Newton is Equal to | 8.34 |

**How many Newton is 100g?**

Gram to Other Units Conversion Chart

Gram [g] | Output |
---|---|

100 Gram in Hectogram is Equal to | 1 |

100 Gram in Hundredweight [Short] is Equal to | 0.0022046226218488 |

100 Gram in Kilotonne is Equal to | 1e-7 |

100 Gram in Kilogram is Equal to | 0.1 |

## How to calculate gravitational weight?

The calculation formula used for this tool is: F g = m · g. Symbols. F g = weight or force due to gravity of object; m = mass of object; g = local gravity (e.g. standard earth gravity or g 0 = 9.80665ms-2) Mass of Object. Enter the mass of the object that you wish to determine the gravitational weight. Acceleration Due To Gravity

## What is the force exerted by a body of mass 10g?

Hence, 10 gwt is the force exerted by a body of mass 10 grams due to gravity. Or, if you are still not satisfied, then you can do the math as well.

**How to calculate the weight of an object from its mass?**

Use this calculator to determine the weight of an object from its mass and the acceleration due to gravity at a particular geographical location or any other source of gravitational attraction. Formula. The calculation formula used for this tool is: F g = m · g. Symbols. F g = weight or force due to gravity of object; m = mass of object

**How is the weight of a body measured using a balance?**

Weight of a body is measured using a spring balance. A spring balance has a spring inside. A hook is attached to this spring which hangs down the body of the spring balance. The object to be weighed is suspended from the hook and weight is indicated on the graduated scale.