The mass of a mouse is around 22 grams (0.022 kg). What is the weight of a mouse at sea level on Earth?
The weight of something is the force that it applies to the earth's surface. It is equal to mass (22 grams) times the acceleration due to gravity (9.8 m/s^2). When you multiply 22 grams x 9.8m/s^2 you get 215.6 Newtons as your answer for weight. [ Hope that helps! ] Expert answered|Prinaker|Points 10|User:
Yeah that's what i did and i got that answer. But the problem is that its not one of the selection for the answer.Weegy:
Okay, just one moment. Let me dig a little deeper here.Expert answered|Prinaker|Points 10|User:
Converted to gram-force, the answer would be exactly 21985.081551804. If we slide the decimal over and round up, it seems to come closest to the answer of A. 22 gExpert answered|Prinaker|Points 10|User:
Thanks a lot.Weegy:
No problem - I'm here to help! If you have any more questions, feel free to come back!!!Expert answered|Prinaker|Points 10|Note:
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