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skyluke89The correct order is (in decreasing order of gravity strength) Jupiter - Neptune - Venus - Mars In fact, Wayne's weight on each planet is given by where m is Wayne's mass, which is a constant value, and g is the gravity strength at the surface of the planet. Therefore, the Wayne's weight W on each planet is directly proportional to the gravity strength of that planet: so the planet with the strongest gravity is the one where Wayne's weight is the greatest (Jupiter, 333 pounds), followed by Neptune (159), Venus (128) and Mars (53).