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Q: Why is it measured in meters per second?

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Meters per second squared, or just meters per second per second. Either way is correct.

Gravity is actually not measured in meters per second. Gravity is a force and is therefore measured in Newton's. A force is an acceleration, which is equivalent to the product of a mass and an acceleration. The acceleration of gravity is constant on a planet and is measured in meters per second per second, or m / s^2.

The speed of an object falling from a great height is measured in meters per second per second until it reaches terminal velocity (maximum downward speed).

Because if speed is measured in meters per second (m/s) and time is measured in seconds, the SI unit of acceleration is meters per second per second (m/s2). ^_^

it can be measured by any 'distance per timeframe'

It is 300000000 metres per second, approx.

Power is measured in watts. Watts is also joules per second, newton-meters per second, kilogram-meters squared per second cubed, and volt-amperes.Electrical power

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It is Measured in units of velocity, such as miles or kilometers per hour or in meters per second squared.

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