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On Jupiter, you'd weigh 234 pounds.
1.9x 10 to the 27th power kg (318 times heavier than Earth)
well nobodys ever put it on a scale so......
236.4 pounds (multiply weight on Earth by 2.364)
Gravity on Earth is taken as 1 g. Gravity on Jupiter is 2.528 g....... so 85 lb would feel like 85 x 2.528 = 214.88 lb.
You weigh 254 pounds on Jupiter.
On Jupiter, you'd weigh 187.20 pounds.
On Jupiter, you'd weigh 175.50 pounds.
On Jupiter, you'd weigh 163.8 pounds.
Like 2.34 pounds
Equatorial surface gravity on Jupiter is 2.528 time that of earth, so a 50lb person on earth would weigh 126.4 lbs
you would weigh i think about 5,064 lb
he will weight so fat that he will get stuck on jupiter
30 pounds here is 70.92 pounds on Jupiter.
To find out one's weight on Jupiter, you have to multiply one's weight on Earth (unit doesn't matter) by 2.38. In this case, a person weighing 100 pounds on the Earth would we…igh 238 pounds on Jupiter. Edit: To be pedantic, it's "238 pounds weight". "100 pounds" is your mass which has a weight of "100 pounds weight" on Earth. Also, the exact value for the surface gravity of Jupiter varies, depending on the source of the data. The best units for weight are Newtons (the unit of force) because weight is a force. However I think "pounds weight" is usually good enough. I know that even NASA often just say "pounds" when they mean weight, in their stuff for the general public.
On Jupiter, they would weigh 585 pounds.