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Mathematics, 03.12.2019 05:52 daltondespain2

An astronaut weighs 49 kg on earth. on the moon, an
object's weight is 1/6 of its weight on earth. on mars, an
object's weight is 0.38 of its weight on earth. what is the
difference between the astronaut's weight on mars and her
weight on the moon? round your answer to the nearest
tenth. *

approximately 10.4 kg

approximately 1.4 kg
approximately 104 kg

approximately 49 kgโ€‹

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