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The weight on Earth of a person with the mass of 65kg is approximately 635 Newtons, which is equivalent to 143 pounds. This is based on the gravitational acceleration on Earth, which is 9.8 m/s2.

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The weight on Earth of a person with the mass of 65kg is approximately 635 Newtons, which is equivalent to 143 pounds. This is based on the gravitational acceleration

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The weight of a person with a mass of 65kg on Earth is approximately 637 Newtons. This is calculated using the formula: weight = mass x gravitational acceleration. The gravitational acceleration on Earth is approximately 9.81 m/s^2.

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