What is the weight in newtons of a 6.4 kg package of nails?

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Weight in Newtons is equal to the amount of force required to move one kilogram of the mass. It is found by multiplying the weight in kilograms by 9.8. So a 6.4 kg package of nails weighs 62.72 Newtons.
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Multiply the mass (in kilograms) by the gravity (on Earth, this is about 9.8 meters/second. 2.
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2.2 lbs force(weight) is roughly = to a 1kg mass F = mass*acceleration since gravity is normal to the package, gravity is used instead of acceleration. mass*gravity=Newton (force)
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