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A stone resting on the ground has a gravitational force of 20 N acting on it. What is the weight of the stone? What is its mass? (g = 10 m/s2).
Weight of the stone = Gravitational force acting on it = 20 N
Weight, W = m x g
20 = m x 10
m = 2 kg
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