Q: Unit of acceleration in mks system?

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the mks unit is kg/m cube and the cgs unit is g/cm cube

Kilograms per cubic metre

A dyne is the unit of force in the CGS (centimeter-gram-second) system; it is equal to 0.00001 newtons (the unit in the MKS or meter-kilogram-second system); it is also equal to approximately 0.22481 pounds of force according to Wikipedia.

Acceleration is measured in (distance) per (unit of time) squared; for example, feet/second squared in the SI (metric) system the official unit is metres/second/second or metres/(second squared)

Speed . . . Any unit of length or distance/any unit of time Acceleration . . . Any unit of speed/any unit of time

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The correct unit for speed in MKS system is 'm'.

The MKS (meter-kilogram-second) unit for acceleration due to gravity is meters per second squared (m/s^2).

when the unit of any physical quantity is measured in terms of meter or kilogram or second or in combination of these then it is said that unit is in MKS system.

cgs: centimeter per second2mks: meter per second2

No, gravity and weight are not the same. Gravity is the force that pulls objects toward each other, while weight is the measure of the force of gravity acting on an object. Weight can vary depending on the strength of the gravitational pull, whereas gravity itself is a constant force.

mks unit for before 10 years old ,now all engineering using only SI unit only

S.i unit

The dioptre, which is equal to 1/meter.

The unit of temperature in MKS (meter-kilogram-second) system is the Kelvin (K).

Stress has the same dimensions as pressure: force per unit area. In the SI, therefore (or in other MKS systems), the units would be newtons / meter2.