# Question

The weight of a 500-kg object is 4900 N.

(a) When the object is on a moving elevator, its measured weight could be (1) zero, (2) between zero and 4900 N, (3) more than 4900 N, (4) all of the preceding. Why?

(b) Describe the motion if the object’s measured weight is only 4000 N in a moving elevator.

(a) When the object is on a moving elevator, its measured weight could be (1) zero, (2) between zero and 4900 N, (3) more than 4900 N, (4) all of the preceding. Why?

(b) Describe the motion if the object’s measured weight is only 4000 N in a moving elevator.

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