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50 kilograms (F = 490.5 N; g = 9.81 m/s^2; m = ?) [F = g * m | m = F/g]

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"Newtons" is a force. "Kilograms" is a mass. The weight of that mass is different

in different places.

On Earth, 490.5 newtons is the weight of 50.015 kilograms of mass. (rounded)

In other places, 490.5 newtons is the weight of different amounts of mass.

While you're in free-fall in your space capsule, on your way from one place to another,

no amount of mass has any weight. But if you push on something inside your ship with

a force of 490.5 newtons (about 110.3 pounds of force), then you'll accelerate it.

The rate at which it'll accelerate through the ship will be

(490.5 meters/second2) divided by (the mass of the thing you push, in kilograms).

If it happens to have about 50 kilograms of mass, then it'll accelerate at about "One Gee".

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How many lbs in 1 kg? The answer is 2.20462262185.

Or roughly 2.2

So...490/2.2= ~222 kg

On earth, 184.5N is 18.83kg

Q: What is 184.5 newtons in kilograms?

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