Acceleration Unit Converter
Acceleration refers to the rate of change of velocity with respect to time. In other words, it's the measure of how quickly an object is speeding up or slowing down. Acceleration is a fundamental concept in physics and engineering, and it has important applications in a wide range of fields, including transportation, sports, and space exploration.
For example, when a car speeds up from a stop sign, it undergoes acceleration. Similarly, when a runner sprints to the finish line, they experience acceleration. In space exploration, spacecraft undergo acceleration during takeoff and when they change their velocity in order to reach their destination.
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