If you can exert a force of 500N how much mass can you lift?? ( what about on mars where g=3.74N/kg)
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If you can exert a force of 500 Newtons, then you should be able to lift an object that has a normal force of 500 Newtons or less. Since Force = mass x acceleration, the normal force is...
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