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physics tells us that weights of an object on the moon is propotional to its weight on earth suppose a 90 kg man weighs 15 kg on the moon what will a 60 kg woman weight on the moon?

physics tells us that weights of an object on the moon is propotional to its weight on earth suppose a 90 kg man weighs 15 kg on the moon what will a 60 kg woman weight on the moon?

Grade:7

1 Answers

Ajay Panthagani
45 Points
4 years ago
dear hanuman,
weight is force that pulls an object with mass ‘m’ towards center of the earth with acceleration ‘g’
x is the mass of 60kg woman on moon
 
the weights are proportional
therefore 90kg/15kg=k
60kg/xkg=k
=> 90kg/15kg=60kg/xkg
 x=60kg*15kg/90kg
 x=10kg.
THEREFORE 60 KG WOMAN WILL HAVE 10KG MASS ON MOON ACCORDING TO THE ABOVE PROBLEM
 
 

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