# What would a 100 pound person weigh on Mercury?

**What would a 100 pound person weigh on Mercury?**In

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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.

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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/s^{2}) * 3.7m/s^{2}. To **find the weight on Mercury**, we divide **the weight** on earth by **the** earth’s force of gravity, which is 9.81m/s^{2}.

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?

3.7 m/s²

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