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A space traveler weighs 663 N on Earth What will the traveler weigh on another planet whose radius is 4 times that of earth and whose mass is 4 times that of earth?
It took Voyager 2 about 12 years to get to Neptune.
Assume a person weighs 980 N on the surface of earth. What is the weight of the person whose is three times the distance from the centre of Earth?
The person three times the distance will weigh 1/3^2 the weight or 1/9 the weight. 980=mGM/R^2 the first person on the earth's surface. The second person, p…2 weighs p2=mGM/(3R)^2=mGM/9R^2=1/9 mGM/R^2= 980/9= 108.88888 N
Traveling at the speed of light (3.0 times 10 to the power of 8 m/s) and with Jupiter being approximately 631 million kilometers away. It would take you 2103 seconds(35 minute…s)
Neptune has a mass 17.2 times larger than that of Earth and a radius 3.88 times larger A person weighing 137 lb on the Earth would weigh how much on Neptune?
The formula for calculating this is F equals Gmm divided by r squared. You should get F is equal to 739. The conversion is 4.44N is equal to one pound.
With Earth's mass at about 5.98 x 10^24 kg, it would be Saturn at about 570 x 10^24 kg, with a mass ratio 1:95.18
You need to be a bit more specific, from where to where?
As earth revolves around the sun at a much faster speed than Jupiter does, the distance is changing a lot from year to year, even every minute. If say starting from the sun, …even at the speed of light, it would take approx 43 minutes to get to Jupiter. If the rocket managed an approximate of 1/100 of the speed of light, then the trip would take roughly 3 days or approx 72 hours. With this speed, from earth, when earth is aligned with Jupiter on the right side of the sun, the trip would roughly be done in 63 hours. (Approx 2 days and 15 hours). Rockets today can not achieve this speed, but who knows what future holds for us.
Light takes about 8 minutes to travel from Earth to the sun. The sun is about 93 million miles away, so it would take about 177 years to get to the sun in a car traveling at 6…0 miles per hour, and about 21.5 years to get to the sun in an airplane traveling at 500 miles per hour. (These are just comparisons; cars and airplanes don't travel in outer space.)
what is the speed in amount of time and plant is Jupiter in it must include light, 500 km/hr,etc.)
If on Earth Sara weighs 100 lbs and she moves to a planet that is 5 times larger in radius but has the same mass as Earth how much would she weigh?
Sara would weigh exactly the same as on Earth. The radius of the planet does not make any difference on ones weight. The mass of the planet is the crucial factor.
It all depends on the speed of whatever you are flying with. And how close your destination is to you.
Mass measured in kilograms is always the same. True weight however is a force measured in Newtons not kg and this is the effect gravity has on a mass.
because the gravitational pull is different than earth.
hi there, can anyone help me and my feinds in this debate. i was explaining to my freinds that if an astronaut went to space for say 2yrs, more time would have passed on earth…. if this is true , can anyone give us a reasonable example . mentioning the speed of the craft and the time difference .
How much would an 18 n creature weigh if it went to a planet that had 4 times the mass of home planet and was 3 times farther away from his planet's center of its mass?
18 N times 4 divided by 32. So, that's 18N x 4/9 = 8N.