If your mass is 50 kg, then you weigh about 18 pounds on the moon, about 39.6 pounds on Mars, about 110 pounds on earth, and exactly zero while you're coasting through space at constant speed on your way from one of them to another. Your 50kg doesn't change. That's your 'mass', not your weight.

Kilogram is the metric unit and pound is the imperial unit for mass. 1 Kilogram is 2.204 pounds. So we multiply kg by 2.204 to get the equivalent pounds. Answer in pounds is equal to 110.243

It is equal to 110.23 pounds approximately. Kilogram is the metric unit and pound is the imperial unit for mass. 1 Kilogram is 2.204 pounds. So we multiply kg by 2.204 to get the equivalent pounds.

1kg-50kg. There is a rabbit that big! There are no 50kg rabbits!! Domestic rabbits range between 2 and 20 pounds. Answer #3 There are Flemish Giants that tip the scale at 30#! tHERE IS NO TOP WEIGHT ON SEVERAL BREEDS.

If your mass is 50 kg, then you'll weigh 490 newtons (110.2 pounds) on earth, 80 newtons (18 pounds) on the moon, and 186 newtons (41.8 pounds) on Mars. Your mass doesn't change; it's 50 kg no matter where you are.