The Moon is much smaller than the Earth, and its Mass is much less. Thus the pull of gravity is much less on the Moon.Therefore, you would weigh less on the Moon than on Earth, even though your Mass would be the same.
Anytime you are in a place with less gravity, you or any object will weigh less. The force of gravity on the moon is much less than on Earth.
As on the moon you weigh 1/6th of that on earth , so he weighed very much less.
because the moon has less mass than earth so humans weigh less on the moon than earth
Depends on the weight of the desk. As weight = Mass * Gravity the table wouldn't weigh much on the moon as gravity is considerably less.
They don't; they weigh less because the moon has less of a gravitational pull.
No - you do not weigh less.
We weigh less on the moon than on earth because gravitational force of moon is less than that of earth.
A 140 pound person would weigh 23.2 pounds on the moon. This is because the moon is 1/4 the size of Earth and has much less gravity.
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It is because there is less gravitational force on the moon.
The moon is 1/4 the size of Earth, so the moon's gravity is much less than the earth's gravity, 83.3% (or 5/6) less to be exact. So take your weight and multiply it by .167 and that is how much you would weigh on the moon.
I assume you mean, an object that weighs 50N on Earth. On the Moon, it would weigh less, by a factor of 6 approximately.
Yes to the "weigh less" part, no to the "because" part.
No, you have the same mass. The reason why you weigh less is because the moon has a less gravitational pull on you since it has less mass than the earth.
Yes, if you weigh for example 150lbs. here on Earth, you would weigh about 25lbs. on the Moon.
That is because the Moon has less gravity. This, in turn, is due to its lower mass.
A man that weighs 60 kg on Earth would weigh less on the moon. He would weigh 9.9 kg on the moon.
You would have the same mass on the Earth as you would on the moon. You would just weigh less on the moon because there is less gravity there than on the moon.
Less gravitational pull on the moon than on Earth.
The weight of something on the moon is about 1/6 what it would be on earth. So an astronaut would weigh much less on the moon.
No. Since the Moon has less gravity, an object on the Moon will weigh less.
1/6 as much compared to the Earth.
Pluto is both smaller and less dense than earth's moon. Hence, a person would weigh less there.
actually you would weigh less on the moon than you would on Earth. The conversion is that on the moon you weigh 1/6 of what you do on Earth. This is because the magnetic field on the moon is less than that on Earth. Therefore, there is less of a force holding you to the surface of the moon than the surface of Earth.