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Newtons don't convert directly to kilograms because the Newton is the SI unit of force, and the kilogram is the SI unit of mass.

Mass is different from force or weight, because mass is independent of gravity. Weight is a force and is measured in Newtons and mass is measured in kilograms.

Force = mass x acceleration, F=ma

The confusion comes from the way we often use kilograms as though we are talking about weight, because we are almost always talking about weight on Earth. Your weight would be different on Earth and on the moon, because these places have different strengths of gravity, but your mass would be the same.

A Newton is defined as the force required to accelerate a mass of 1 kilogram at 1 ms-2. (one metre per second per second)

On Earth, where the gravitational acceleration is approximately 9.8ms-2, (9.80665002...ms-2), the weight (the force from the gravity of Earth) of an object with a mass of 1kg is ~9.8N.

a= 9.8ms-2

m=1kg

therefore F= m x a = 9.8N

If an object has a weight on Earth of 1N then it has a mass of ~0.1kg.

a = 9.8ms-2

F = 1N

m = F / a = ~0.1kg

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On earth, one newton is 0.1kg

2,549kg

100kg

Newton used to measure force and kilograms for mass.

On earth, 19620N is 2002kg

1 newton equals 1/9.8 kilograms.

On earth, 1N is 0.102kg

On Earth, one Newton is 0.1kg

1 kilogram= 1*9.81 example= 5 kilograms is 5*9.81 newtons

On Earth, each kilogram has a weight of about 9.8 Newton, so a weight of a Newton is equivalent to a mass of about 102 grams.

1 Newton = 0,101972 Kilograms force

Mass is measured in kilograms and force is measured in newtons. On Earth the force F = 1 newton has roughly the mass m = 0.102 kilograms. 20 newtons are 2.04 kilograms.

One kilonewton (kN) equates to about 101.97 kg at the earth's surface.

A newton is a measure of force, a kilogram is a measure of mass there is no equivalency but there is a proportionality relative to the influence of a gravity field on a given mass.

About 102 kilograms (kilogram force). Divide the Newton by Earth's gravity constant: 9.80665 As a rule of thumb, 10N ~ 1kg on earth.

One kilo newton weighs 102 kilograms or 225 pounds

On earth, divide newtons by 9.8: 1000N / 9.8 = 102 kilograms.

On earth, 4.4kg is 43.12N

The kilogram and the newton measure different quantities, so you cannot ask "How many kilograms are there in a newton"; it's rather like asking "How many amperes are there in a coulomb?" The kilogram is used to measure mass, whereas the newton is used to measure force. Weight, of course, is a force due to gravity and, so, is measured in newtons, not kilograms. On earth, the weight of an object is its mass multiplied by the acceleration due to gravity, where the average value of the acceleration due to gravity is taken as 9.81 m/s2. So, on earth, the average weight of a mass of, say, 10 kg will be 98.1 N.

The easier way is: 1 NEWTON = 100 GRAMS ? NEWTON = 570 KILOGRAMS? First , convert 570 Kilograms into grams which will be like: 570 x 1000 = 570000 , because a kg is 1000 g then now the question is: ? Newton = 570000 GRAMS? Next step : just cut two zeros from 570000 which will be 5700 , therefore , the answer is: There are 5700 NEWTONS in 570 KILOGRAMS Written By: Helpful_hinamoriAmu One day i will tell u my real name.

Gravity is not measured in kilograms. The gravitational field is measured in meters/second2, or the equivalent, newton/kilogram.

On earth, 345N equates to 35.2kg @0.102kg/N using 9.8m/sec^2 for acceleration.

You may mean "What does a newton measure?" A newton measures Force. Newtons equal mass (in kilograms) times 10.

Grams is a unit of massNewton is a unit of forceYou can not convert metres into kilograms or yards into degrees Fahrenheit; you cannot convert mass into force. They are two different units.

The units for a Newton meter are [ML^2T^-2]The units for a kilogram are [M]Since the units are not equal, the answer is no, it does not.