Weight of parachute in kg

- minimum of 20 pounds (9
**kg**). Children must ride in an appropriate car seat until they are a minimum of 40 pounds (18**kg**). Children must ride in a booster seat when they are a minimum of 40 pounds (18**kg**) until they are a minimum of 9 years old, or until they are a minimum of 81.5 pounds (37**kg**) and 4 feet, 9 inches (145 cm) tall. Yukon - Suppose that you have a mass of 50
**kg**. Your**weight**, then is: W = mg = (50 kg)(10 m/s 2) = 500N. ... When you pull the rip cord and the**parachute**opens, you (plus the chute) have a much larger surface area than before. Therefore, the air resistance force on you increases drastically. Suppose that the air resistance force is now 2000 N upward. **In**short, the**weight**limit for skydiving is about 225lbs (100kg). This is the maximum**weight**that most skydiving airfields will allow. However, you can skydive at a heavier**weight****in**some locations (listed below). This does depend on a few factors, and may include a surcharge for the**weight**.- A
**paratrooper**and his 8-m-diameter**parachute weigh**950 N. Taking the average air density to be 1.2**kg**/m 3, determine the terminal velocity of the**paratrooper**. Answer: Step 1 of 3. Given data:-Diameter of the**parachute**, .**Weight**of the**paratrooper**and the**parachute**, . - Explain why a man using a
**parachute**falls through air slowly while a stone falls through air very fast ... where the gravitational field strength is 10 N/kg. (b) his**weight**on the moon, where ,the gravitational field strength is 1.7 N/kg. 31. A mass of 7.5**kg**has**weight****of**30 N on a certain planet. Calculate the acceleration due to gravity on ...