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27 November, 23:47

Your weight on different planets is affected by gravity. An object that weighs 150 lb on Earth weighs only 56.55 lb on Mars. The same object weighs only 24.9 lb on the moon. A what percent of an object's Earth weight is its weight on Mars and on the moon? B. Suppose x represents an object's weight on earth. Write two expressions: one that you can use to find the object's weight on the Moon. C. The space suit Neil Armstrong wore when he stepped on the Moon for the first time weighed about 180 lb on earth. How much did it weigh on the Moon? Ad. If you could travel to Jupiter, your weight would be 236.4%of your Earth weight. How much would Neil Armstong's space suit weigh on Jupiter?

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  1. 28 November, 00:45
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    A. Percentage weight on Mars = 37.7%

    Percentage weight on Moon = 16.6%

    B. Weight on Mars = 0.377x and

    weight on Earth = 0.166x

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A. Percentage weight on Mars = / frac{Weight on Mars}{Weight on Earch} (100)

    = / frac{56.55}{150} (100)

    = 37.7%

    Percentage weight on Moon = / frac{Weight on Moon}{Weight on Earth} (100)

    =/frac{24.9}{150} (100)

    = 16.6%

    B. If x represents an object's weight on Earth, then its weight on Mars would be 37.7% of x.

    So, weight on Mars = 0.377x

    Also, weight on Moon would be 16.6% of x.

    So, weight on Moon = 0.166x.
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