W Gravity, weight and mass calculations Weight (N) = Mass (kg) x gravity (N/kg) M x g 1. Gravity = 10 Mass = 40kg Weight = 2. Gravity = 20 Mass = 40kg Weight = 3. Gravity = 2 Mass = 40kg Weight = 4. Gravity = 15 Mass = 0.5kg Weight = 5. Gravity = 10 Mass = 250kg Weight = 6. Gravity = 0.1 Mass = 1,300,000kg Weight = 7. Gravity = 20 Mass = 50g Weight = 8. Gravity = 40 Mass = 25g Weight = 9. Gravity = 3 Mass = 6g Weight = 10.Gravity = 65 Mass = 500g Weight = 11.Gravity = Mass = 20kg Weight = 400 12.Gravity = Mass = 20kg Weight = 85 13.Gravity = Mass = 20kg Weight = 990 14.Gravity = Mass = 57kg Weight = 28.5 15.Gravity = Mass = 0.2kg Weight = 4 16.Gravity = Mass = 0.02kg Weight = 2,000,000 17.Gravity = Mass = 0.002kg Weight = 30 18.Gravity = Mass = 40kg Weight = 0.04 19.Gravity = Mass = 80g Weight = 16 20.Gravity = Mass = 20g Weight = 70 21.Gravity = 10 Mass = Weight = 0.4N 22.Gravity = 10 Mass = Weight = 96N 23.Gravity = 5 Mass = Weight = 96N 24.Gravity = 1.5 Mass = Weight = 96N 25.Gravity = 200 Mass = Weight = 200N 26.Gravity = 9.8 Mass = Weight = 1000N 27.Gravity = 1.2 Mass = Weight = 35kN 28.Gravity = 0.01 Mass = Weight = 0.8kN 29.Gravity = 0.04 Mass = Weight = 26kN 30.Gravity = 600 Mass = Weight = 2400kN 31.The strength of gravity at the Earth's surface is 10 Newtons per kilogram. Calculate the weight of a car with a mass of 1500 kg. 32.The strength of gravity on the Moon is 1.6 Newtons per kilogram. If an astronaut's mass is 80 kg on Earth, what would the astronaut’s weight be on the Moon? 33. Astronauts say they feel weightless when they’re in space. Explain why?