It's so simple, that I don't know why I didn't think of this before;

but the _standard_ force, and weight is ONE/g: That is each system of

weights and measures has a different standard of force, and/or weight

depending of their numerical measure of the acceleration (g) of free

fall.

The dyne is 1/981 cm/sec/sec; the newton is 1/9.81 m/sec/sec, and the

pound is 1/32.174 feet/sec/sec: So that for any _unit_ of mass, w/g =

981 dynes/981 cm/sec/sec = 9.81 N/9.81 m/sec/sec = 32.174 pounds/32.174

feet/sec/sec = (the constant) ONE; which is equal to the net force (f)

exerted on, and/or by that _unit_ of mass, divided by the acceleration

(a) that it causes.

Any body's "gravitational mass" (w/g) is equal to its "inertial mass"

(f/a).

Don