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An astronaut weighs 900N on earth. On the moon, he weighs 150N.caculate the moons’ gravitational strength.

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mass of astronaut=w/g= 900N/10N/Kg =90Kg.

Weight on moon.= 150N, mass=90Kg, g=150N/90Kg =1.67N/Kg.
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