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# If a hippo has a mass of 230 kg how much would it weigh in newtons?

Updated: 9/18/2023

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Multiply the mass (in kilograms) by the gravitation (9.8 meters per second square, near the Earth's surface), and you get the weight (in Newtons).

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Q: If a hippo has a mass of 230 kg how much would it weigh in newtons?
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