# Question: a mass of 5 kg is placed on a planet...

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- A mass of 5 kg is placed on a planet whose gravitational force is 10 times that of earth. What does it weigh on this planet?
- A barrel of oil contains 55 gallons. If a gallon is a volume of
231 in
^{3}determine the volume of 15 barrels in cubic meters. - A mass of 5 kg is placed on a planet whose gravitational force is 10 times that of earth. What does it weigh on this planet?
- A mass of 10 kg weighs 90 N. Calculate the acceleration due to gravity, g, at this location.
- If a body is accelerating at a rate of 5 m/s
^{2}when acted upon by a net force of 10 N, determine its mass, m. - A body of mass 321.7 lb. is accelerated at a rate of 5
ft/s
^{2}. Determine the magnitude of the unbalanced force, F, acting on it. - A tank contains 500 kg of fluid. If the volume of the tank is
0.5 m
^{3}, what is the density of the fluid and what is its specific volume? - Determine the density and specific volume of the contents of a
10-ft
^{3}tank if the contents weigh 250 lb. - The specific gravity of a fluid is 1.2. Calculate its density and specific weight in SI units
- A fluid has a density of 0.90 g/cm
^{3}. What is its specific weight in both the English and SI systems? - A skin diver descends to a depth of 60 ft in fresh water. What
is the pressure on the diver’s body? The specific weight of fresh
water can be taken as 62.4 lb
_{f}/ft^{3}. What is the absolute pressure on the diver? - A skin diver descends to a depth of 25 m in a salt lake where
the density is 1026 kg/m
^{3}. What is the pressure on the diver’s body at this depth? What is the absolute pressure? - If a Bourdon gage reads 25 psi when the atmosphere is 14.7 psia, what is the absolute pressure in pascals.