I have solved an example problem given in my book, but I don't understand why are the second being squared.

= -10m/s^2

Is it looking like this at some point

And if so why are the seconds not canceling?

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- Oct 20th 2011, 01:52 PMvaironxxrdAcceleration confussion
I have solved an example problem given in my book, but I don't understand why are the second being squared.

= -10m/s^2

Is it looking like this at some point

And if so why are the seconds not canceling? - Oct 20th 2011, 02:03 PMskeeterRe: Acceleration confussion
remember how to divide fractions?

you need to understand that acceleration is the change in velocity per unit time ... (meters per second) per second = - Oct 20th 2011, 04:55 PMvaironxxrdRe: Acceleration confussion
- Oct 20th 2011, 05:00 PMskeeterRe: Acceleration confussion
yes, since ...

then ...