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Which maths law is applied to validate the sameness of ms-² and m/s²?
in Grade 12 Physical Sciences by Wooden (474 points) | 17 views

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Apply law of negative exponents,

   m x s^(-2)

    = m x  1/s^2

   = m/s^2
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