# This table shows Wayne’s weight on four different planets. Planet Wayne’s weight (pounds) Mars 53 Neptune 159 Venus 128 Jupiter 333 Arrange the planets in decreasing order of their strength of gravity. Tiles MarsNeptuneJupiterVenus

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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).