# Convert Acceleration

**How to convert **Acceleration** Units.**

To convert acceleration units, from one to another, you have to multiply with the correct number.

Follow these steps:

- Find the correct conversion variable number.
- Then multiply by that number.

**Definition of Acceleration:**

Acceleration is a physical term describing the increase in velocity of an object over time. It is a vector quantity. Regardless of the specific unit used, it is presented as distance divided by time and the symbol is **a**.

Acceleration formula: a = dv / dt

Where: **dv** is distance and **dt** is time

**The SI standard unit for acceleration is meters/square second (m/s ^{2} is meters/square second).**

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Convert Acceleration meter / square second (m/sec²), centimeter / square second (cm/sec²), foot / square second (ft/sec²), standard gravity (grav), gal(cm/s²), g-unit, kilometer / square hour (km/h²), kilometer / hour second(km/h-s), mile / hour minute(mi/h-min), mile / hour second (mi/hr-s), mile / square second (mi/sec²), inch / square second (in/s²)

#### How to use Converters

Select the Unit you want to **convert From** (first list) and the Unit you want **convert To** (second list).

Insert your value to of the unit at the **First text box** and push the Convert button!

The result of the conversion will be appear at the **Second text box**.

To Flip the conversion from the units you selected push the **Flip Arrows**.

#### How to use Calculators

First **fill in** all the mandatory fields of the form.

Push the **Calculate button** and take the results.

You can have a better accuracy in your results when you fill in the **additional fields**, if there are any.

### Most often used Conversions

#### Inch to Centimeter

Inch Description: The inch is a unit of length in the US Customary and British Imperial systems, equal to 1/12 ...

#### Millimeter to Inch

Millimeter Description: The millimetre (International spelling as used by the International Bureau of Weights ...

#### Kilometer to Mile

Kilometer Description: A kilometre (American spelling: kilometer, symbol: km) is a unit of length equal to 1000 ...