›› Convert kilometre/hour second to g-unit


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How many kilometre/hour second in 1 g-unit? The answer is 35.30394.
We assume you are converting between kilometre/hour second and g-unit.
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The SI derived unit for acceleration is the meter/square second.
1 meter/square second is equal to 3.6 kilometre/hour second, or 0.10197162129779 g-unit.
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›› Quick conversion chart of kilometre/hour second to g-unit

1 kilometre/hour second to g-unit = 0.02833 g-unit

10 kilometre/hour second to g-unit = 0.28325 g-unit

20 kilometre/hour second to g-unit = 0.56651 g-unit

30 kilometre/hour second to g-unit = 0.84976 g-unit

40 kilometre/hour second to g-unit = 1.13302 g-unit

50 kilometre/hour second to g-unit = 1.41627 g-unit

100 kilometre/hour second to g-unit = 2.83255 g-unit

200 kilometre/hour second to g-unit = 5.66509 g-unit



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