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Find the weight of a 54-kg student in $(a)$ newtons, and $(b)$ pounds.

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1 of 5We are asked to find the student's weight in $(a) \mathrm{~Newtons ~(N)}$, and in $(b) \mathrm{~pound ~(lb)}$. We have given:

$\begin{aligned} m&=54\mathrm{~kg}\\ g&=9.81\mathrm{~\dfrac{m}{s^{2}}}\\ 1\mathrm{~N}&=1 \mathrm{~\dfrac{kg\cdot m}{s^{2}}}\\ 1 \mathrm{~lb}&= 4.48222\mathrm{~N}\\ \end{aligned}$

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