Acceleration is measured in meters per second squared. Or m/sec2
The unit for acceleration is the meter per second squared or m/s^2.
Acceleration is equal to velocity divided by time. That is, it is expressed in a unit of velocity per unit of time. Most commonly it is measured in meters per second (velocity) divided by seconds (time), or m/s/s (meters per second, per second). Simplified, that’s meters per second squared.
It does not have an official unit, however. Acceleration could be measured in mph/h (miles per hour squared) or light-years per year squared.
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