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## What is the mass of an object with a weight of 1 N?

A Newton is the force acting on a 1 kg object that would cause an acceleration of 1 m/s2. In general terms anything that has a mass of 102 grams is said to have a weight of one Newton, because a 0.102 kg object accelerating at 9.81 m/s2 gives you a force of one Newton.

## How do you find the mass of an object with N?

Divide the newtons by the rate of acceleration, which will give you the mass of the object. The mass will be in kilograms, because a single newton represents the amount of force needed to move one kilogram one meter. For our example, we will divide 10 N by 2 m/s/s, which give us a mass of 5 kg.

**What is the mass of a 10 N object?**

On Earth, an object with a mass of 1kg will experience a force of 10N due to gravity, i.e. the weight of a 1kg mass is 10N.

### What is the mass of an apple of weight 1.0 N?

Weight of an Apple

Bibliographic Entry | Standardized Result |
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Zitzewitz, Paul W. Robert F. Neff. Physics: Principles and Problems. New York: Glencoe, 1995: 94. | 1 N |

Kitchen Reference Guide. Apple Journal. 28 May 2009. | 1.48 N |

### What is the force on a 1 000 kilogram elevator?

9800N

The only force on it is its weight, w=9800N .

**How to calculate the mass of an object?**

Use this calculator to determine the weight of an object from its mass and the acceleration due to gravity at a particular geographical location or any other source of gravitational attraction. Formula. The calculation formula used for this tool is: F g = m · g. Symbols. F g = weight or force due to gravity of object; m = mass of object

#### How to calculate the mass due to gravity?

The calculation formula used for this tool is: F g = m · g. Symbols. F g = weight or force due to gravity of object; m = mass of object; g = local gravity (e.g. standard earth gravity or g 0 = 9.80665ms-2) Mass of Object. Enter the mass of the object that you wish to determine the gravitational weight. Acceleration Due To Gravity

#### How to calculate the acceleration of an object?

m = F / a Or, if you want to know the acceleration of an object given its mass and the force acting upon it, use this variation of the formula: a = F / m Force, Mass, and Acceleration Units

**How do you determine the weight of an object?**

Use this calculator to determine the weight of an object from its mass and the acceleration due to gravity at a particular geographical location or any other source of gravitational attraction. Enter the mass of the object that you wish to determine the gravitational weight.