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# In the metric system, the appropriate unit for weight is the _____. gram newton newton/cm2 gram/cm3

QUESTION POSTED AT 18/04/2020 - 06:56 PM

Newton

Explanation:

The earth attracts every body towards its centre. The force with which the earth attracts any body towards its centre, is called its weight.

It is a vector quantity.

It always acts towards the centre of earth.

The SI unit of Newton.

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