Kiona N.

asked • 01/09/13

how much does 6kg+4N

how much does 6kg+4N equal too

Bill F.

Kiona, was there another symbol with the 6kg, such as m (meters) and s (seconds)?  one N (Newton) = 1 kilogram times 1 meter per second squared:  1 N = 1 kg·m/s2, so if we have 6 kg·m/s2, then we'd have 6 kg·m/s2 + 4 kg·m/s2 = 10 kg·m/s2, or 10 Newtons, or 10N

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