- What is the force of gravity on Earth?
- How 9.81 is calculated?
- How many newtons is gravity?
- At what height gravity is zero?
- How far up is 0 gravity?
- What is the force of gravity on a 20 kg rock on Earth?
- What is the force of gravity on a one kg object?
- How is gravity calculated?
- How much would 10 kg weight on the moon?
- Which planet would you weigh the most on?
- What does 9.81 mean?
- What is the force of gravity on a 10 kg rock on the moon?

## What is the force of gravity on Earth?

9.807 m/s²Earth/Gravity.

## How 9.81 is calculated?

The acceleration g=F/m1 due to gravity on the Earth can be calculated by substituting the mass and radii of the Earth into the above equation and hence g= 9.81 m s-2.

## How many newtons is gravity?

9.8 newtonsAt average gravity on Earth (conventionally, g = 9.80665 m/s2), a kilogram mass exerts a force of about 9.8 newtons. An average-sized apple exerts about one newton of force, which we measure as the apple’s weight.

## At what height gravity is zero?

Near the surface of the Earth (sea level), gravity decreases with height such that linear extrapolation would give zero gravity at a height of one half of the Earth’s radius – (9.8 m·s−2 per 3,200 km.)

## How far up is 0 gravity?

One quarter of the gravity at 6371 kilometres above the surface, which is far higher than people are ever likely to go without acquiring a stable orbit. The International Space Station is at an altitude of just over 400 kilometres. The Kármán line at 100 kilometres is the official definition.

## What is the force of gravity on a 20 kg rock on Earth?

3 What is the force of gravity between the earth and mass of 20 kg placed on its surface? [Ans. 196 N]

## What is the force of gravity on a one kg object?

Where: mass, m, is 1 kilogram; mass of the Earth, M, is 6.0 × 10 24 kilogram; the radius of the Earth (separation of masses), r, is 6.4 × 10 6 m; and G is 6.67 × 10 -11 newton square metrekilogram-2}. Inserting these values into the equation, and work this out to get a force of 9.8 newton .

## How is gravity calculated?

Fgrav = m*g where d represents the distance from the center of the object to the center of the earth. In the first equation above, g is referred to as the acceleration of gravity. Its value is 9.8 m/s2 on Earth. That is to say, the acceleration of gravity on the surface of the earth at sea level is 9.8 m/s2.

## How much would 10 kg weight on the moon?

Answer and Explanation: Answer: Weight of a 10-kg object on moon is 16.33 N.

## Which planet would you weigh the most on?

JupiterJupiter is the largest planet in our Solar System with the most mass. Because of Jupiter’s mass, you would weigh more on that planet than on any other one in our Solar System. If you weighed 68 kg on Earth then you would weigh 160.7 kg on Jupiter, over twice your normal weight.

## What does 9.81 mean?

“9.81 meters per second squared” means that objects on Earth will accelerate (or go faster) 9.81 meters every second, if they are in free fall, due to the pull of gravity. Throughout space, gravity actually is constant.

## What is the force of gravity on a 10 kg rock on the moon?

The acceleration due to gravity on the surface of the Moon is about 1.625 m/s2. So, an object the mass of 10 kg. will weigh 10 × 1.625 = 16.25 N (newton) on the moon.