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When did Sir Isaac Newton invent the newton meter?

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Is there a standard for the Newton?

No, there is no standard Newton in a cabinet somewhere. The Newton is defined using the standards for the meter, kilogram and second.


How many newton equal to one kilogram?

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How many kilogram equal to one newton?

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What unit measurement is used in space truss?

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Why are you using kilogram instead of newton?

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0.102 kg


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Newton, or (rather incorrectly) the kilogram.


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About 9.8 Newton / kilogram.


What does a newton maesure?

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Why do engineers and scientist always use the newton rather than a kilogram as the standard unit of force?

Kilogram is a measure of weight. The newton is a measure Weight and motion, which results in force.


What is a newton in physics?

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How does mass affect the weight of somebodies weight on other planets?

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How to convert 7.5 kilo Newton to kilogram?

750 kg