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Q: Why is acceleration often expressed with units of meters per second squared?

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ms-2 SI Unit of acceleration feet-2 etcD. Meters per second squared

If you are referring to the penn foster question 2. In which of the following units is acceleration expressed? the answer is D. Meters per second squared

g is a measurement of acceleration namely 9.8 meters per second squared. When there is an acceleration of 2g then simply multiply 9.8 meters per second squared times 2 or 19.6 meters per second squared.

Acceleration is the rate of change in speed which is the rate of change in distance. Therefore acceleration could be measured in metres per second squared.

"meters per second squared" is a unit of acceleration.refers to uniform acceleration, written (m/s)/s , velocity increase in meters per second during each second of acceleration

For every second of acceleration the velocity is increased by that acceleration.

In (meters/second) / second, usually abbreviated to meters/second2. Or in any other unit of length, divided by a time unit squared (or even two different time units).

Acceleration is a change in speed, measured per second and so would be meters per second per second or meters per second squared.

meters per second per second OR meters per second squared. They are both the same this, but meteres per second squared is easier to write.

Meters per second squared I think thank you

9.8 meters/second squared

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