why is m/s -square is the si unit of accelaration

Asked by sumitsial | 28th Jun, 2008, 04:03: PM

Expert Answer:

The S.I.  unit of acceleration is m/s2     

Acceleration = velocity / time

considering m/s to be S.I. unit of velocity and second to be S.I. unit of time and substituting in the above equation; we get the S.I. unit of acceleration to be   m/s2     

Answered by  | 29th Jun, 2008, 08:44: PM

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