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Q: What if your weight on earth your weight in Jupiter what would it be about?

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Your mass on Jupiter would remain the same, but your weight would be different. On Jupiter, you would weigh significantly more (ex. a 100 lbs person on Earth would weigh 236.4 lbs on Jupiter).

103 lbs.

Jupiter is much bigger than earth so gravity will be more than earth. So weight of object on Jupiter will be more.

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.

The Jupiter orbital period in Earth years is 11.85920. In days that would be 4,331.572. That would be at the orbital speed of 13.07 kilometers per second. it takes Jupiter 12 earth years to orbit around the sun

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No. Your weight on Jupiter is 2.53 times what it is on Earth. So if you weight 100 pounds year you would weight 253 pounds on Jupiter.

weight on jupiter=((mass of jupiter)*(Radius of earth)2/(mass of earth)*(Radius of jupiter)2)*weight on earth

You would weight about 224 lbs on Jupiter

The idea here is to multiply your weight, on earth, by this factor.

Jupiter's surface gravity is about 2.5 times that on Earth. So a mass of 500 grams would have a weight of about 1250 grams weight.

Your mass on Jupiter would remain the same, but your weight would be different. On Jupiter, you would weigh significantly more (ex. a 100 lbs person on Earth would weigh 236.4 lbs on Jupiter).

You would weigh more on Jupiter.

103 lbs

Because Jupiter has a greater force of gravity

Gravity on Jupiter is 2.364 that of earth. So at 84 pounds you would weigh 198.576 pounds there.

On a larger planet, such as Jupiter or Saturn.

Jupiter has a stronger gravitational field, at its surface, than Earth. So your weight would increase. Your would weigh about 2.5 times more.

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