## How much is your true weight if the scale shows 100 kg?

The correct unit for force is the Newton (=1 kg·m/s2) which is abbreviated N.

So a 100 kg mass really weighs about 980 Newtons on Earth..

## Is mass the same as weight?

Mass is a measure of how much force it will take to change that path. … Weight, on the other hand, is a measure of the amount of downwards force that gravity exerts on an object. This force increases with the object’s mass: the more inertia it has, the harder gravity pulls.

## How do you calculate mass from weight?

To find an object’s mass using its weight, the formula is Mass equals Weight divided by the Acceleration of Gravity (M = W ÷ G). Convert the weight measured in pounds to the equivalent in Newtons.

## Is my mass and weight the same on Earth?

Unfortunately the common terms used to describe the weight of an object are units of mass such as kilograms or pounds. For almost all of human history weight has been measured on the surface of the Earth. Here, the weight is proportional to the mass. Objects which have the same mass have the same weight.

## Can a body have mass but no weight?

Solution : Yes, mass of a body os constant wherever it is taken. But weight of body, W=mg.