How fast velocity changes.

Usually measured as m/s

Example: going from 5 m/s (5 meters per second) to 6 m/s in exactly one second is an acceleration of 1 meter per second

And two lots of "per second" becomes "per second squared".

So the acceleration is 1 m/s

Usually measured as m/s

^{2}("meters per second squared").Example: going from 5 m/s (5 meters per second) to 6 m/s in exactly one second is an acceleration of 1 meter per second

**per second**.And two lots of "per second" becomes "per second squared".

So the acceleration is 1 m/s

^{2}.See: Velocity

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