1. Convert from grams to newtons manually. Multiply the number of grams you want to convert by "0.00980665. The resulting value is the number of newtons. 2. Use an automated
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A Newton is a unit of force, a gram is a unit of mass. Only if we know the acceleration due to gravity in the location where you are measuring the weight can we relate the 2 units
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100 grams is about equal to 0.98 Newton,so 200 grams is 1.961330005728
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From the Newton's Second Law, we know that Force=mass*acceleration. you have the data of mass which is 0.3kg. The acceleration due to gravity is 9.81m/s^2. So you just times the above
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