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What is the rate of change of acceleration?
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Jerk/Jolt is the rate at which an object's acceleration changes.
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The rate of change of acceleration is called a Jerk
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Rate of change of acceleration is jerk
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the rate of change of acceleration is Jerk /Jolt
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It is called Jerk
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Rate of change of acceleration is a Jerk
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It is a vector quantity Jerk.
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Jolt is the rate at which an object's acceleration changes with respect to time.

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Jerk/jolt is known as the rate of change of acceleration
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