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Weight and Mass

Weight and mass are two commonly misunderstood terms in fluid mechanics and mechanics. Weight is the measurement of the gravitational force on an object, while mass is the measurement of the amount of matter in an object.

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Where do grains originate from?

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Grains originate from the seeds of grass-like plants. They have been a staple food source for thousands of years and are grown around the world in various climates and regions. Common grains include wheat, rice, corn, barley, and oats.

How much is 2.2 kilograms on mars?

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OK this answer is going to disappoint you.

2.2 kg

Mass is the same everywhere. The force would be measured in Newtons and is calculated by multiplying that 2.2 kg by gravity. On earth that gravity is 9.81 m/s2 (yes yes, some people like to go to 9.806 but really who cares).

So on earth the force is 2.2 * 9.81 = 21.582 N

but on Mars the gravity is about 38 percent of here or 0.38 * 9.81 = 3.7278 m/s2

so that the force is 2.2 * 3.7278 = 8.20 N

And I expect this will be what you wanted.

A scale would read 0.38 * 2.2 kg = 0.836 kg

How much is 155 pound equal to in kg?

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155 pounds is equal to approximately 70.31 kilograms.

How do you find weight of a scissors?

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To determine the weight of a pair of scissors, you can use a scale. Place the scissors on the scale to measure their weight in grams or ounces. If you do not have a scale, you can estimate the weight by comparing it to items of known weight.

What is 71.8kg in stones and pounds?

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71.8 kg is approximately 11 stone 4 pounds or 158.1 pounds.

How much does 76 kg weigh in pounds?

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76 kg is approximately 167.55 pounds.

How many kilgrams are in a metric ton?

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There are 1000 kilograms in a metric ton.

How many points in half a gram of ice?

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There are approximately 7.5 x 10^20 water molecules in half a gram of ice, each consisting of 3 atoms (1 oxygen, 2 hydrogen).

How old is george washing ton?

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George Washington was born on February 22, 1732, making him 67 years old when he passed away on December 14, 1799.

What is 16 pounds in kg?

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16 pounds is equivalent to approximately 7.26 kilograms.

What is 64.9kg in stone and pounds?

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64.9 kg is approximately 10 stone and 3.9 pounds.

How many micrograms per mg?

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There are 1,000 micrograms in 1 milligram.

How much is 2.5KN in kg?

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2.5 kN is equivalent to 250 kg.

What is 1000g how many kg?

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1000g is equal to 1 kg.

How many pounds do a thousand pennies weigh?

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A thousand pennies, which equates to $10, would weigh about 2.5 pounds since each penny weighs approximately 2.5 grams.

How many points in 3.5 grams of speed?

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The number of individual points in 3.5 grams of speed will vary depending on the purity, form, and density of the speed. Since speed is a street name for amphetamine, it typically comes in powder form and is not commonly measured in points. It is important to practice caution and avoid using substances like speed recreationally.

How many cups are in 6 pounds 10 ounces?

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96 oz. One pound equals to 16 ounces and one ounce equals 0.06 of a pound. Also this relates only to solid (weight) ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as flour or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce."

How much does crushed glass weigh per cubic foot?

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It depends on how big the originial un-crushed rock was. If you specify a weight for the original rock then maybe a formula can be devised for this question. However, anything that is solid and then broken into smaller particles will weigh less because some of the particles disappear from the area where you crushed the original form (they may become too small to measure so the weight decreases cosiderably and is more spread out ).

Why doesn't a bowl of water weigh more when you poke your finger into the water?

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When you poke your finger into the water, you displace the water that your finger occupies, causing it to overflow out of the container. The weight of the water displaced is equal to the weight of your finger, so the overall weight of the bowl of water remains the same despite the displacement.

How many kg in 15 kilo?

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There are 15 kilograms in 15 kilo (1 kilo is equivalent to 1 kilogram).

How much is 5000kilograms in tons?

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5000 kg = 5.51155 t(US)

5000 kg = 5.51155 t(US)

5000 kg = 5.51155 t(US)

5000 kg = 5.51155 t(US)

5000 kg = 5.51155 t(US)

5000 kg = 5.51155 t(US)

How many stone is in 293 pounds?

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There are 20.93 stones in 293 pounds.

How much is 800 lbs in kilogram?

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362.87 kg

Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis Formula 800 lb*1 kg

2.2046 lb=362.873896 kg

How many pounds are there in 4.7 tons?

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There are 2,000 pounds in one US ton. Therefore, 45 US tons is equal to 45 x 2,000 = 90,000 pounds.

There are 2,240 pounds in one UK ton. Therefore, 45 UK tons is equal to 45 x 2,240 = 100,800 pounds.

How much is 30 kilos in stones?

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30 kilograms is approximately 4.72 stones.