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    There is a question which says:
    The cube shown has a mass of 500 g.
    *A picture of a 11 x 9 x 5 cube*
    What is the weight?
    The answer says 5 Newtons. Can anyone tell me how it is?
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    0.5( mass in kg) x 10( gravitational field strength) = 5newtons
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    (Original post by mariejuana)
    0.5( mass in kg) x 10( gravitational field strength) = 5newtons
    Why is the weight in Newtons? i thought its in KG
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    (Original post by internet monster)
    Why is the weight in Newtons? i thought its in KG
    search it up.
 
 
 
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