When astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin first walked on
the moon in 1969, they were able to bounce from step to step!
This is because the gravitational force of the moon is about
16.5% of that of the Earth. If you visited the moon,
weighing 100 pounds on Earth, what would your weight be?


  1. Answer:
    16.5 pounds
    Step-by-step explanation:
    16.5% as a decimal is 0.165
    0.165 x 100 = 16.5
    So in conclusion you will weigh about 16.5 pounds on the moon.

  2. About 16 if we are counting the fact that the moons gravity is about 16.5 of the earth you will weight 16.5 pounds and will be able to float!


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