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20 pounds on the Moon. (just divide your weight by 6)

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40 N

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On the Moon, you'd weigh 20.4 pounds.

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33.2 pounds

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Q: How much would someone weight on earth if they were 240 N on the moon?
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If someone weighed 85 pounds on Earth how much would they weigh on the moon in newtons?

To find your weight on the Moon, we have to divide 9.8 (gravity on the Earth) by 6. That answer has to be multiplied by 85 pounds. that answer is done in newtons as you are finding the weight on the moon. newtons is unit for weight.


Would you have the same weight on earth as on the moon?

no. Your weight would be 1/6 what it is on earth because the moon has 1/6 the gravity


What age and weight would you be if you were on the moon?

You would be the same age if you were on the moon. Your weight would be approximately 1/7 of your weight here on Earth.


If you weight sixty pounds on Earth what would you weight on the Moon?

You weigh 10 pounds on the Moon.


What phases of the moon would someone on earth see when the moon is at positions A through F?

On Earth, someone would most likely see less then half of a moon.


How would a rock's weight on the Moon or the Sun compare to its weight on Earth?

It would weigh less on the Moon and more on the Sun.


How would a rocks weight on the moon or the sun compare to its weight on earth?

It would weigh less on the Moon and more on the Sun.


If The force of gravity on the moon is approximately one sixth that of the earth The direct variation formula for weight on the earth compared to weight on the moon would be?

The force of gravity on the moon is approximately one sixth that of the earth. The direct variation formula for weight on the earth compared to weight on the moon would be weight on earth divided by 6 is equals to weight on the moon.


If you weighed 36 pounds on the moon how much would you weigh on the earth?

Your weight on the Moon would only be 33 pounds. Why is your weight on the Moon so much less than your weight on the Earth? It's because of the lower gravity on the Moon. Objects on the surface of the Moon experience only 16.5% of the gravity they would experience on Earth.


What property would change if a man were to stand on the moon of earth?

His weight would be approx 1/6 of his weight on earth.


What would your weight and mass be if your were on the moon?

Your mass is the same wherever you go. Your weight on the moon is about 16.5% of what it is on Earth.


Would your weight increase on the moon?

No. As long as you continued to eat your astronaut food and do your astronaut exercises, your weight would remain constant on the moon. But it would only be about 16% of your weight on Earth. Your mass would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, and would also not change while you're there.