A force of 1.05x 10^3 N is required to lift an object that is under the influence of an acceleration due to gravity of 7.76ft/sec^2. What is the object's mass in kilograms?

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1. To lift an object a minimum force equal to its weight is required to be applied on the object in the upward direction.

Minimum force required to lift the object = F = Weight of the object =Mass of the object x Acceleration due to gravity = mg

Given: F = 1.05 x 10^3 N, g = 7.76 ft/sec^2 =7.76 x 0.3048 = 2.37 m/s^2 (as 1 ft = 0.3048 m)

Mass of the object m = F/g =1.05 x 10^3/2.37 = 443 kg

2. Dimensions of the mattress are given in cms; first these need to be converted into ft.

1 centimeter = 0.3937 inches and 1 inch = 1/12 ft. Hence, 1 cm = 0.3937/12 = 0.0328 ft

Hence, dimensions of the mattress in ft are: (210 x 0.0328)ft x (160 x 0.0328)ft x (23 ...

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