Kilogram to Newton Formula
The kilogram to Newton formula is used to convert the kilogram into Newton. A kilogram (kg) is the unit for the measurement of the mass of any object or body. while kilogram is the base unit of mass in the International System(SI) of Units, Newton is a derived SI unit used to measure force. The relation between Kg and Newton is of proportionality, which implies that any change in the unit of force in Newtons will eventually reflect in the change of mass in Kg keeping acceleration constant. The relation between kg and N can be expressed as: \(1 \text{N} = \text{kg} \times \frac{\text{m}}{\text{s}^2}\)
What is the Kilogram to Newton Formula?
The kilogram to Newton formula is used to convert the unit of measurement of mass or weight into each other. The conversion of one unit into the other becomes easy if we use the kilogram to Newton formula. The formula for conversion of kgs to newton is given as:
\(1 \text{kg} = 9.8 \text{N}\)
For "n" kgs = 9.8 × n Newton
Solved Examples Using Kilogram to Newton Formula

Example 1: Using the kilogram to newton formula, convert 49 kg into Newton.
Solution:
To find: 49 kgs in Newton
Using kg to newton formula,
1 Kg = 9.8 Newton
49 kg = 49×9.8
= 480.2 N
Answer: 49 kg = 480.2 N

Example 2: Convert 19.6 kgs to newton by using the kilogram to Newton formula.
Solution:
To find: 19.6 kgs in Newton
Using kg to newton formula,
1 Kg = 9.8 Newton
19.6 kg = 19.6×9.8
= 192.08 N
Answer: 19.6 kg = 192.08 N