**Answer:**

**Explanation:**

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Let's use Newton's Law of Second Motion: F=ma. When no other direct force is acting on the system, the acceleration is due to the gravity. The modified equation becomes: F = mg. So, yes, you need to take into account the gravitational accelerations in the moon and on Earth.

g,moon = 1.622 m/s²

g,Earth = 9.81 m/s²

The net force is the tension of the string:

F,Earth - F,moon = Tension

Tension = (1/1000 kg)(9.81 m/s²) - (1/1000 kg)(1.622 m/s²)

**Tension = 8.188×10⁻³ N**

To convert, 1 pound force is equal to 4.45 Newtons:

Tension = 8.188×10⁻³ N * 1 lbf/4.45 N

**Tension = 1.84×10⁻³ lbf**

Quantitative data can be analyzed in a variety of different ways. In this section, you will learn about the most common quantitative analysis procedures that are used in small program evaluation.

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