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Calculate the mass of an astronaut that weighs 291N on the surface of the moon; the gravity of the moon is 1/6 of the earth.


a.
30 kg


b.
1.8 x 102 Kg


c.
4.7 x 102 kg


d.
5.6 x 10-3kg

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