If you weigh 50kgs how many pounds do you weigh?
110 pounds, just multiply the weight of kgs by 0.45 and you will get it in pounds
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You would still weigh 50kg, you would simply experience less gravity.....you could actually calculate by 50 x 0.38= 19kg. the formula differs for each planet.
If your mass is 50 kg, then you weigh about 18 pounds on the moon, about 39.6 pounds on Mars, about 110 pounds on earth, and exactly zero while you're coasting through space… at constant speed on your way from one of them to another. Your 50kg doesn't change. That's your 'mass', not your weight.
All you need to know to answer this question is the acceleration due to gravity on Mars, which is 3.71 m/s. Plugging that number into the equation F = m*g m , where F is the f…orce on the object due to gravity, also called its weight, m is the mass of the object and g m is the acceleration due to gravity on Mars. The result is 185.5 kg*m/s or 185.5 N.
Kilogram is a unit of mass. If your mass is fifty kilograms then you weigh 490 Newtons or 110 lbs. Mars has roughly 3/5 earth gravity. Thus there you would weigh 294 newtons o…r 66 pounds. In either case, your mass would still be fifty kilograms.
Gravitational acceleration on mars is: 3.711 m/s 2 On Earth its: 9.78 m/s 2 3.711 / 9.78 = 0.379 50 kg * 0.379 = 18.97 So you would weigh approximately 19kg
It all depends on you height. Say you are quite tall for your age then, yes that is the correct weight. But at that age I put on a lot of weight as i was going through puberty…. But if you do think your overweight, at this age you should NOT try to diet. Its probably because of puberty and the growth spurt will come! If you do think you are overweight, just do some exercise and eat healthy. Don't think eating healthy is a diet but a life style change. It is very good to pick up healthy eating habits at a young age.
If you had a 50kg weight on Earth, it would weigh ~zero on thespace station. It would still have a mass of 50kg--meaning it woulddifficult to move, and hurt very bad if it wum…ped you on the head,but placed on a scale, it would show 0. Likewise, if you had that 50kg weight and a scale on an elevatorhere on Earth, the scale would read 50kg. Say at the top of a 100floor building, the elevator's cable and safety devices broke andthe elevator, you, the 50kg weight and the scale were all in freefall. For a very short time, the 50kg weight would weigh zero. Youwould weigh zero. The scale would weigh zero. Until the elevator hit the ground.
A puma weighs 227 pounds.
They are about 3.5 gigagrams. which is about 100 pounds.
If your mass is 50 kg, then you'll weigh 490 newtons (110.2 pounds) on earth, 80 newtons (18 pounds) on the moon, and 186 newtons (41.8 pounds) on Mars. Your mass doesn't …change; it's 50 kg no matter where you are.