Linear acceleration is the rate of change in velocity over a given time period of an object moving in one direction. It's a vector quantity with it's SI unit in m/s^2. Linear simply indicates the acceleration is in a straight line, only forward and backward. Linear acceleration is commonly used in the car that is continuously speeding up along a straight road.
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