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a frozen turkey bought in canada is labeled "5.0 kilograms." this is a measurement of its mass. what is its weight in newtons.

a frozen turkey bought in canada is labeled "5.0 kilograms." this i...

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a frozen turkey bought in canada is labeled "5.0 kilograms." this is a measurement of its mass. what is its weight in newtons.

a frozen turkey bought in canada is labeled "5.0 kilograms." this is a measurement of its mass. what is its weight in newtons.

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The weight is the mass times gravity.
The value of gravity is constant which is g = 9.8 m/s^2.
Since the units are everything consistent, the weight of the frozen turkey is w = (5.0 kg)(9.8 m/s^2) = 49 N

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