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what units is accelaeration in with a=f/m f=12,000lbs. and m=250,000lbs.

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Preview: ... m=250,000lbs. A= 12,000lbs/ 250,000lbs Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity with time, so the unit is always length unit/(time unit ...

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