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we know the unit of velocity is m/s^{2}

and

while calculating the mean square velocity we find the average(or mean) of the 'squares' of the given velocities.

then the unit of MEAN SQUARE VELOCITY should be 'm^{2}/s^{4}'

then how come its unit is also m/s^{2}and not m^{2}/s^{4}?

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# Unit of mean square velocity

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