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Q: What is an accurate statement of an acceleration value translated from symbols into words 3 meters per second 3 meters per second squared 3 squared meters per second 3 meters in 3 se?

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If x squared is not 5, then x is not equal to 5. Do not fall for the trap that the converse is "if x-squared = 25 then x = 5" since that is not a true statement.

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

It is the approximate value of the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of the earth.

The slope of height vs. time squared graph equals (g) - acceleration due to gravity divided by two. In symbols m = g/2, where m is the slope and g is the acceleration due to gravity.

Nothing in particular. It certainly does not represent acceleration.

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(B) its a three meters per second squared.

3 meters per second squared

The answer is B - 3 meters per second squared

Yes. It's a fine acceleration value, with proper units and dimensions. It's roughly 31% of the acceleration of gravity on earth.

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Acceleration can be measured in meters per second squared, or in miles per hour squared, or in kilometers per hour squared, etc.

a squared plus b squared is equal to c squared

Acceleration= distance / velocity squared

Knots per second squared is not a unit of acceleration.

distance divided by time squared

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