Q. 84.4( 22 Votes )

# Suppose the acceleration due to gravity at a place is 10 m/s^{2}.

Find its value in cm/(minute)^{2}.

Answer :

1 meter of length contains 100 centimeters i.e. 1m = 100 cm

So 10 meters should contain 10 × 100 cm

10 m = 1000 cm = 10^{3} cm …(i)

1 minute contains 60 seconds so 1 second is of a minute

1 minute = 60 seconds 1 second = minute

(1 second)^{2} = minute^{2} = minute^{2}

10 m/s^{2} =

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