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How is the S.I. unit of accleration due to gravity  N/m?

Asked by nag38437 | 08 Jul, 2021, 10:04: PM
Weight W of the object is gravitational force acting on it

W = gravitational force = mass × acceleration due to gravity

Acceleration due to gravity = Gravitational force / mass

units of Gravitational force is Newton N and units of mass is kg

Hence units of acceleration due to gravity is ( N / kg )

( It is not N / m as posted in the question , may be latter 'm' is used by mistake for kg )
Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 08 Jul, 2021, 10:33: PM

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