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Acceleration calculation - what am I doing wrong?

I am trying to figure out how to use the formula for calculating acceleration.

First try:

Initial speed - 0 metres/s^2

Final speed - 100 metres/s^2

Time - 10 seconds.

Answer - 10 meters/s^2

Follow up question: How many g's is 10 meters/s^2?

Answer is 10 meters/s^2/9.8 meters/s^2= 1.0204 g's.

Second try:

Initial speed - 0 metres/s^2

Final speed - 1,000,000 metres/s^2 (1,000 KM)

Time - 1000 seconds.

Answer - 1000 meters/s^2

Follow up question: How many g's is 1000 meters/s^2?

Answer is 1000 meters/s^2/s^2/9.8 meters/s^2 =102.04 g's.

Am I doing this correctly?

Something "feels" wrong about this and I have no idea what it could be.

Solfe

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