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Knowing the required newtons, finding out kg

Postby sanguish » Sat May 21, 2011 10:13 am

I'm totally confused.

I have a cabinet door to open. I bought a newton scale and it takes 15 newtons to open the door. Unfortunately all the items I've been looking at to do it are by weight (which I can get and understand) or by something like :3.0kg.cm(41.66oz.in).

How does :3.0kg.cm(41.66oz.in) relate to the newtons?

Thanks

Scott
sanguish
 

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