011-40705070  or  
Call me
Download our Mobile App
Select Board & Class
  • Select Board
  • Select Class

what is relation between kg and newton?

Asked by Gauravraj (student) , on 16/8/11

Become Expert
Score more in Science
Start Now with Video Lessons, Sample Papers, Revision Notes & more for Class-IX - CBSE 


There is no relation between Kg and Newton because both are units of different quantity.
Newton is unit of force and Kilogram is unit of mass.
Hope this helps,
Good luck.

Posted by roopeshmicasaon 16/8/11

This conversation is already closed by Expert

More Answers


 Kg is an unit of mass and newton is an unit of force. 
Weight(gravitational force acting on object) of an object on the surface of Earth, for example, is calculated: 
m * g = F 
For a 10 kg body, that force is roughly equal to 98.1N

Posted by Sonali (student) on 16/8/11


sir but we say that force (newton) is a kind of weight(kg) .why we say 54kg, why we do not we say 54 newton ?? 

Posted by Gauravraj (student) on 16/8/11


    kg and newton are a some thing diffrient tyeps because kg is an unit mass and newton is an units of force


wieght  (gravitional force on object on the surface ) ofan object on the surface of earth ,for example .is calculate

for a 10kg bond , that force is roughly equal to 93.in

both a units of different quantity.newton is unit of force and kilogram is unit of mass .

                                                                                                                                                                              ets my vewas i am yadav

Posted by akashyadav2331463... (student) on 17/8/11

Ask a QuestionHave a doubt? Ask our expert and get quick answers.
Show me more questions