I'm a high school student and I've only taken AP Physics one.
Objects have momentum which is determined by their mass and velocity, but I'm wondering if there is something which continues increasing the velocity as the net force instantaneously changes from a very high number to zero (determined by its mass and previous acceleration). Let me give a scenario:
An object with 1 kg of mass starts at rest and begins accelerating at a very high acceleration, let's say 100,000 m/s^2. After one second exactly, all in one instant, the force which has been accelerating this object stops accelerating it. The velocity is now 100,000 m/s. Does the object still accelerate in the moments following the 2nd change in acceleration? Is there experimental evidence about this question? I would imagine, if this were true, that the effects would be very small and only apply for a very short time.