30 kilogram mass ==> 294 newtons (66.1 pounds) on earth
30 kilogram mass ==> 48 newtons (10.8 pounds) on the moon
Simply multiply mass x acceleration: 30 x 9.8 = 294 newtons or about 66lbs
On or near the surface of the Earth, 30 newtons is the weight of 3.059 kilograms of mass. In other places, it's the weight of a different amount of mass.
The earth is 100 million miles in diameter and its mass is alot. The weight is 30 tons and it is 3 inches tall.
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30 Newtons has greater mass on the moon. 30 Newtons on earth equates to 3.06 kilograms. The same force of 30 Newtons on the surface of the moon equates to 18.52 kilograms.
Nitrous Oxide, NO has mass of 30
You weigh about 30 pounds less than on earth.
On or near the surface of the Earth, 30 kg of mass weighs about 66.14 pounds. (rounded) In other places, the same 30 kg has some different weight.
The sun doesn't weigh anything, same as the earth. You can demonstrate this by tipping a spring scale set to zero upside down and reading the weight of the earth off it. The mass of our sun is, however, about 2 x 10^30 kg.
Jupiter has a core 10-30 times the mass of the entire planet of Earth. However it is likely of a similar size as planet earth.
Neither. Mass is mass. Newtons is a force not a mass, 30 N is the same on Mars or anywhere else. It is 30 N
The Sun's mass is 1.9891×10^30 kg. The Earth's mass is 5.9736 × 10^24 kg. So the mass of the Sun is 332,900 times the mass of the Earth.
You cannot compare a length with a weight or mass.
No. The mass of any body will be the same where ever it is. It's weight, however, depends on the location.Contrary to everyday use of the word, in physics, weight is actually the downward force caused by a gravity field and measured in newtons. It is expressed by the formula F=ma where m is the mass of the body and a is the gravitational acceleration.On Earth, a=9.81 m/s2 and on Mars a=3.71 m/s2. The difference is about 2.6 times. So on Earth, a person with a mass of, say, 80kg weighs about 785N and on Mars, about 297N. The latter number in Earth gravity corresponds to a mass of about 30 kg.Without all the math:Your mass remains the same but your weight will change. On Mars, you feel about 2.6 times lighter.
A kilogram is a measure of mass, not of weight, and so 30 maths books cannot possibly weigh 3 or 30 kilograms just as they cannot weight 3 or 30 minutes, or 3 or 30 metres.
around 30-40 kilograms
On earth, 30kg is 294 newtons or 66.1 lbs.
The mass of an electron is 9.109 382 15(45) × 10-31 kilograms (Kg). On Earth the weight of an electron is the mass times gravity. That is about 8.9278 x10-30. As a note, due to Newton's Second Law, which states F=ma, that is also the force of an electron of 1 Coulomb.
It would be the same as the average mass/weight of anyone in the general population + the average weight of a bike, say just below 30 lbs.
48 newtons (10.8 pounds) (rounded)
The Sun has a mass of 1.9891×10^30 kg. The Earth has a mass of 5.9736 x 10^24 kg. So the Sun is about 332,900 times heavier than the Earth.