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    Simple Acceleration Question!



    What would the units be?

    I know the answer is 1 but would it be 1 cm/sec/sec?
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    The unit are centimeters per minutes square. If you want to convert it,
    (1 cm / min^2) * (1 min / 60 s)^2 *(1 m / 100 cm)= 1/360 000 (m / s^2)
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