for newton's laws, do you refer to acceleration as m/s^2 or N/kg?

for newton's laws, do you refer to acceleration as m/s^2 or N/kg?

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don't you use N/kg for gravity also?

yes gravity is just a special type of acceleration.

so in newton's laws, you go for a=N/kg instead the m/s^2?

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