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A newton

Kilogram is .

1 newton is 1 kg-m/s^2, there is no conversion. A kg is a measure of weight, while a Newton is a measure of force.

1 newton

About 9.8 Newton/kilogram (9.8 Newton force on every kilogram).

Gravity does not exactly have units of force - it can be expressed as Newton / kilogram - each kilogram is attracted by a certain force. But Newton / kilogram is not the same as Newton.Newton / kilogram has the same units as meters / second square.Another way to look at this is that gravity gives a certain acceleration to any falling object.

Assuming it is really 3 times as much (I did not look it up), on Earth, the gravitation is approximately 10 Newton / kilogram; on Jupiter it would be 30 Newton / Kilogram. Multiply this by 0.4 kg., and you get a weight of 12 Newton.Assuming it is really 3 times as much (I did not look it up), on Earth, the gravitation is approximately 10 Newton / kilogram; on Jupiter it would be 30 Newton / Kilogram. Multiply this by 0.4 kg., and you get a weight of 12 Newton.Assuming it is really 3 times as much (I did not look it up), on Earth, the gravitation is approximately 10 Newton / kilogram; on Jupiter it would be 30 Newton / Kilogram. Multiply this by 0.4 kg., and you get a weight of 12 Newton.Assuming it is really 3 times as much (I did not look it up), on Earth, the gravitation is approximately 10 Newton / kilogram; on Jupiter it would be 30 Newton / Kilogram. Multiply this by 0.4 kg., and you get a weight of 12 Newton.

1 Newton = 1 Kilogram-Meter / Second2

He didn't. The newton unit is defined as a kilogram-meter per second squared, meaning it does not predate the invention of the kilogram, meter, and (scientifically defined) second. The international prototype kilogram was standardized in 1889, so the newton does not predate this year, at least.

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

Newton is a unit of force, kilogram is a unit of mass, so they actually measure two different things.On Earth, a mass of one kilogram weighs approximately 9.8 Newton. In other places, with more or less gravity, the same kilogram will weigh more, or less.

1 newton = 1 kilogram-meter/second2

1kg of mass = 9.81 newtons 1kg = 9.81 newtons 1 newton = 0.101971621 kilogram-force 1 kilogram-force = 9.80665 newton Newton is not a unit of mass like the kilogram, it is a measure of force. A Newton is the amount of force that it takes to accelerate a mass at a rate of 1ms-2 The Earths gravity typically pulls 1kg. with a force of about 9.81N (N=Newton) but it varies a little depending where you are on Earth. So on Earth 0.102 Kg or 102 grams is one whole Newton

1 newton= gram ? 1 newton=kilogram?

No. The newton is a force, the unit of mass is the kg (kilogram).

A kilogram is a unit of measurement for WEIGHT. A newton (in the meter-kilogram-second system) is the unit of FORCE required to accelerate a mass of one kilogram one meter per second per second, equal to 100,000 dynes.

0.102 kg

Newton, or (rather incorrectly) the kilogram.

0.102 kg

About 9.8 Newton / kilogram.

A newton is a measure of force. The force that accelerates 1 kilogram by 1 meter / second2 is defined as 1 newton.

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

A "newton" is a unit of force. Other units of force are pound, ton, and dyne. (Not kilogram.)When you push on 1 kilogram of mass with 1 newton of force, the kilogram acceleratesat the rate of (1 more meter per second) per second.1 pound of force is about the same as 4.45 newtons.1 newton is about the same as 3.6 ounces of force.

The formula is:weight = mass x gravity.On Earth, "gravity" is about 9.8 meters/second2, equivalent to 9.8 newton/kilogram. That means that each kilogram has a weight of 9.8 newton. On other planets, the "gravity" part will be different. For example, on Mars, the gravity is about 3.7 newton/kilogram. Thus, a man with a mass of 100 kilogram (that's well above the average, but simplifies calculations...) would weigh about 980 newton on Earth, and about 370 newton on Mars.

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