# Convert Acceleration

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How to convert Acceleration Units.

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

• 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/s2 is meters/square second).

### 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)

publication date: 03-12-2016

#### 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 ... 