7. An astronaut weighs 900N on earth. On the moon, he weighs 150N. Calculate the moons’ gravitational strengh​

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7. An astronaut weighs 900N on earth. On the moon, he weighs 150N. Calculate the
moons’ gravitational strengh​

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    2021-08-12T23:48:30+00:00

    Answer:

    Moons’ gravitational strength = weight of astronaut on the moon / mass of astronaut.

    = 150 / 90 = 1.67 Nkg-1

    Explanation:

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