What is your weight on mars?

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Mars has less than half the amount of gravity Earth has, 38% to be exact. This means that you would weigh 38 pounds for every 100 you weigh on Earth.
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6.4185 × 10. 23. kg.
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The weight of mars is 6.4185e23 kg
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First we must convert force into kgs ie 600N/9.8(gravity of the earth) which gives 61.162079 KGs on earth As the gravity of mars is 38% of the earth, the girl would weigh 23.24159
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Greg, A person weighing 200 pounds on Earth would weigh 76 pounds on Mars. Martian gravity is 38% of Earth gravity. Therefore, the equation is simply to multiply a person's Earth
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A 100 pound person weighs about 37 pounds on Mars
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