This is a C++ programme to calculate your weight on different planets and also your weight on unknown planets or heavenly bodies if you enter their radius and mass.

This function takes your weight on the weighing machine as an input and calculates your mass by dividing it by 9.8 (acceleration due to gravity of earth)

void get_mass() //for inputing the mass { cout<<"What's your weight on weighing machine? "; cin>>machine_weight; mass=machine_weight/9.8;//dividing weighing machine weight by acceleration due to gravity (g) on earth }

This function calculates your weight on the moon by multiplying your mass with g of the moon.

void moon() { planet_weight=mass*1.6; // g(moon)=1.6 cout<<"Your weight on Moon is "<<planet_weight<<endl; }

Similarly, your weights on other planets are calculated by multiplying your mass with their respective g's.

This function finds your weight on a planet whose radius and mass is entered by you with the help of a formula.

void unknown_planet()//to calculate weight on unknown planet using planet's mass and radius { cout<<"Enter Radius of the planet"; cin>>radius; cout<<"Enter Mass of the planet"; cin>>mass_of_planet; planet_weight=((G*mass_of_planet*mass)/(radius*radius)); }

Submitted by Srishti Dhaval Patkar (srishtipatkar15)

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