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Our teacher told it but I don't remember the name of acceleration changes?

I mean the differental of displacement-acceleration equation what does it give to us?

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  • $\begingroup$ Jerk en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerk_(physics) at least I think that's what you mean, changes of acceleration with respect to time. $\endgroup$ – user108787 Oct 28 '16 at 18:23
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The time rate of change of acceleration is called the jerk $j$. And analogous to force $F=m\cdot a$ we have the yank $Y=m\cdot j$. The next three derivatives have been called several things. I had one mentor that wanted them to be zip, pop, and go. I have also seen snap, crackle, and pop.

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