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# What is my mass?

## What is my mass?

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. In the formula for determining mass based on weight, mass is measured in Newtons.

## Is my weight on Earth my mass?

When you weigh yourself on a scale, you aren’t measuring mass but force. It’s how hard is the earth pulling you towards it. This isn’t the same thing as mass.

What is my mass on Mars?

So an object or person on Mars would weigh 37.83% its weight on earth. Therefore, a person would be much lighter on mars. Conversely, a person is 62.17% heavier on earth than on Mars.

### How do you find mass from pounds?

So in order to get an object’s weight in pounds, simply multiply the mass by 2.2 lbs. If you want to know an object’s mass, divide by 2.2 lbs, and you’ll get the object’s mass in kilograms.

### What should my body weight be if I weigh 240 pounds?

If you weigh 240 pounds, losing 115 pounds to reach a weight of 125 pounds may or may not be appropriate for you. Determine your ideal body weight by using a body mass index chart, such as the one provided by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. For example, an adult who is 5 feet 3 inches has a healthy weight range of 107 to 140 pounds.

What should my BMI be for normal weight?

BMI expresses how thick or thin a person is in simple numeric terms, and allows doctors and other health professionals to discuss weight objectively on a standardized scale. This BMI calculator converts units to satisfy the following BMI formula calculations. Normal weight BMI is 18.5 to 24.9.

## When to use a body mass index ( BMI )?

BMI is one of several tools used to assess a person’s weight and overall health. If you are concerned about your weight, it is best to consult with your doctor or healthcare professional.

## How to calculate BMI in feet and inches?

Example 2 (Calculating BMI in US units) 1 5 feet, 10 inches = 70 inches 2 BMI = (w ÷ h 2) * 703 3 BMI = (184 ÷ 70 2) * 703 4 BMI = (184 ÷ 4900) * 703 5 BMI = 0.3755 * 703 6 BMI = 26.4