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Name ____________________________________ Texas High School IPC, Period ______ Teacher _________________________ Date ___________ Worksheet: Weight = mass X gravity Weight is a measure of the _________________________ force between the object and the earth. The acceleration of gravity on Earth is ___________________. Weight is measured in units of _______________. If one object has more mass than another then it weighs ( more / less ) than the other object. As an astronaut goes to the moon, his mass ____________________________ but his weight __________________________. This is because as he got further away from the Earth, the acceleration of gravity ____________________. Part 1: Weight Problems 1. Force (F) = ? 2. Force (F) = 490N Mass (m) = 75 kg Mass (m) = ? Gravity (g) = 9.8 m/s/s Gravity (g) = 9.8 m/s/s Formula: _________________________ Formula:__________________________ Substitution: ______________________ Substitution: ______________________ Answer: __________________________ Answer: __________________________ 3. What is the force on a 1 kg ball that is falling freely due to the pull of gravity? Force (F) = ________________________ Formula: _________________________ Mass (m) = ________________________ Substitution: ______________________ Gravity (g) = _______________________ Answer: __________________________ 4. What is the mass of a person who weighs 500 N? Force (F) = ________________________ Formula: _________________________ Mass (m) = ________________________ Substitution: ______________________ Gravity (g) = _______________________ Answer: __________________________
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5. What is the weight of an object (on earth) that has a mass of 45 kg? Force (F) = ________________________ Formula: _________________________ Mass (m) = ________________________
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