Gravity, Mass & Weight
The questions on this page test your ability to use the formula:
Weight = Mass × Gravity
You may also wish to learn the formula as:
W = mg
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.
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 it be on the Moon?
The surface gravity of Jupiter is about 26 newtons per kilogram.
What would be the weight of a probe of mass 50 kg at Jupiter's surface?