The surface gravity on Mercury is only about 38% of the surface gravity on Earth, so if you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh only 38 pounds on Mercury.
Besides, what is your weight on Mercury?
Being that it takes the weight of an object on earth and converts it to the weight on Mercury, the formula is Weight on Mercury= (Weight on Earth/9.81m/s2) * 3.7m/s2. To find the weight on Mercury, we divide the weight on earth by the earth’s force of gravity, which is 9.81m/s2.
Furthermore, how much would I weigh on Jupiter if I was 100 pounds? Although Jupiter is a great deal larger in size, its surface gravity is just 2.4 times that of the surface gravity of Earth. This is because Jupiter is mostly made up of gases. If you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you would weigh 240 pounds on Jupiter (assuming you could find someplace to, well, stand).
Subsequently, question is, how much would a 100 pound person weigh on the moon?
Your weight on the Moon is 16.5% what you would experience on Earth. In other words, if you weighed 100 kg on Earth, you would weigh a mere 16.5 kg on the Moon. Imagine you tipped the scales at 200 pounds. Your weight on the Moon would only be 33 pounds.
What is the force of gravity on the surface of Mercury?