###### Asked in Weight and Mass

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# Kilogram to newton?

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###### November 14, 2012 3:37PM

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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.

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### On the surface of Jupiter the acceleration due to gravity is about 3 times that on Earth How much would a 0.40kg rock weigh on Jupiter?

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
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### How many kilogram equal to one newton?

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

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### What is a newton in physics?

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ton, and dyne. (Not kilogram.)
When you push on 1 kilogram of mass with 1 newton of force, the
kilogram accelerates
at 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.

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

The formula is:
weight = mass x gravity.
On Earth, "gravity" is about 9.8 meters/second2, equivalent to
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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
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