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per second per second is taken with the context of how an object is changing its acceleration. An object accelerates by speeding up or slowing down. If an object speeds up, it… could speed up at a rate of 5 meters per hour, let's say, every second. So after one second, its speed is 5 mph; after two seconds, its speed is 10 mph and so forth. If an object's speed is increasing at 5 meters a second, then its speed is 5 meters per second the first second; 10 meters per second the second second and so forth. We would say the object's acceleration is 10 meters per second / per second. It has to do with speed,the time an object falls from a given height is calculated in seconds per second( it fell in less than a second) (MORE)

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This of coarse all depends on the altitude, the humidity, and the temperature of the air. At Sea level the speed of sound is roughly 344.4 meters per second. Check out the l…ink to find more interesting info! Near room temperature, the speed of sound in air is 344.4 m/s. (MORE)

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"Per second per second" sounds like a speech problem, but in Physics, velocity (or speed) is distance per second. If the velocity (speed) increases, then the acceleration is i…n units of distance per second (or velocity) per second. An example might make this more clear-- If we jumped off a roof, gravity would make us accelerate. Your velocity at the end of the first second is 10 meters per second. Your velocity at the end of the next second is 20 meters per second, the end of the third would be 30, etc. So each second we fall the velocity increases (accelerates) by ....drum roll.... 10 meters per second per second. Which is the acceleration due to gravity ON THE EARTH. (actually 9.8 m/s/s or 9.8 m/s2, but close enough). (MORE)

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Per second per second or (/s/s) refers to the rate of acceleration. If you are standing still and you increase your speed at a rate of 5 feet per second per second that means …after 1 second you'll be moving at 5 feet per second, after two seconds you'll be moving at 10 feet per second, after three seconds you'll be moving at 15 feet per second, and so on. Every second that goes by, 5 more feet per second will be added to your speed. So 5ft/s/s is a rate of acceleration. An easier example to understand, instead of per second per second, is per hour per second. If you are in a car that is standing still and you increase your speed at a rate of 5 miles per hour per second that means after 1 second you'll be traveling at 5 miles per hour. After 2 seconds your speed will have reached 10 mph. After 10 seconds you'll be traveling at 50mph. Each second that goes by you add 5mph to the speed. (MORE)

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60 British Pounds Per Meter Gabions can cost about £5000-£50,000/100m of frontage, plus minor works and maintenance. Go to: http://www.snh.org.uk/publications/on-line/heri…tagemanagement/erosion/appendix_1.8.shtml (MORE)

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Take 32 ft/s² and break it down into (32 ft/s)/s It means that every second, the speed of something is increasing by 32ft/s

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Varies depending on the size of the bricks. Paving blocks come in various sizes depending on the type of paving. Standard paving blocks are are of pre cast con…crete 100 mm by 200 mm the thickness varies. The heavier the traffic the thicker the blocks. There are however, standard thickness's, 50 mm, 80 mm, and 100 mm are the most common. For instance on a house driveway 50 mm blocks would be the most favoured, whilst on a dockyard which is used by heavy vehicles 100 mm blocks would be the choice. You would need 50 standard blocks to cover one square metre. (MORE)

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Bolt set the world record for the 100 meter sprint in 2008 with a time of 9.72 seconds. That's an average speed of 100/9.72 = 10.288 meters per second. ( 37.037 km per hou…r ) ( 23.014 miles per hour ) (MORE)

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1.0 meter = 3.2808399 feet So, 120 m/sec * 3.2808399 = 393.700788 ft/sec

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4 20c + 5 = 5c …+65 20c - 5c= 65 - 5.
15c = 60.
15c/15 = 60/15.
c = 4 (alternative method). (MORE)