What is the mass of a body weighing 196H?

P = 196 H.

g = 9.8 H / kg.

m -?

The weight of the body P is the force with which the body presses on the support or stretches the suspension due to gravitational interaction with the earth.

In a state of rest or uniform rectilinear movement, the weight of the body P is equal to the force of gravity m * g: P = m * g.

m = P / g.

m = 196 N / 9.8 H / kg = 20 kg.

Answer: body weight is m = 20 kg.

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