How to change body weight with an increase in applied force by 4 times?

According to Newton’s 2 law: the mass of a body m can be expressed by the formula m = F / a, where F is the force applied to the body, a is the acceleration of the body.
This law is read as follows: the mass of a body m is equal to the ratio of the force F acting on the body to the acceleration a of this body.
The law cannot be read as follows: body mass m is directly proportional to the applied force F.
The mass of the body m is a measure of the inertness of the body, this is a property of the body itself and it does not depend on what kind of force acts on it.
Answer: body weight will not change.

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