Conversion number between **inches per second squared** [ips²] and
**standard gravity** [g_{0}] is **0.0025900791809639**.
This means, that inches per second squared is smaller unit than standard gravity.

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Result in **standard gravity**

- 1 inches per second squared = (exactly) `(0.0254) / (9.80665)` =
**0.0025900791809639**standard gravity - 1 standard gravity = (exactly) `(9.80665) / (0.0254)` =
**386.08858267717**inches per second squared - ? inches per second squared × `(0.0254 ("m/s²"/"inches per second squared")) / (9.80665 ("m/s²"/"standard gravity"))` =
**?**standard gravity

If conversion between **inches per second squared to metres-per-second-squared** and **metres-per-second-squared to standard gravity** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from inches per second squared to standard gravity is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

inches per second squaredResult in

Start value: | [inches per second squared] |

Step size | [inches per second squared] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

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inches per second squared | standard gravity |
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0 | 0 |

10 | 0.025900791809639 |

20 | 0.051801583619279 |

30 | 0.077702375428918 |

40 | 0.10360316723856 |

50 | 0.1295039590482 |

60 | 0.15540475085784 |

70 | 0.18130554266748 |

80 | 0.20720633447712 |

90 | 0.23310712628675 |

100 | 0.25900791809639 |

110 | 0.28490870990603 |

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Convert **Inches per second squared to other unit:**

### inches per second squared

Definition of inches per second squared unit: ≡ 1 in/s². Acceleration equivalent to change of 1 ips velocity in 1 second.

Convert **Standard gravity to other unit:**

### standard gravity

Definition of standard gravity unit: ≡ 9.80665 m/s². The standard gravity (or standard acceleration of free fall) usually denoted by ɡ_{0} is the nominal gravitational acceleration of an object in a vacuum near the surface of the Earth. It is defined by standard as 9.80665 m/s²

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