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# The weight of any person on the moon is about 1/6 times that on the earth. He can lift a mass of 15 kg on the earth. What will be the maximum mass, which can be lifted by the same force applied by the person on the moon?

Answer :

Force exerted while lifting mass on earth

F_{e} = mg = 15 g

Using same force, when g becomes g/6 on moon, mass which can be lifted

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