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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkLBVMgsSHQ

**Explanation, Publisher, Vi Hart, Video, YouTube**

Vi Hart discusses Jerk. Jerk is the rate of change of acceleration; that is, the derivative of acceleration with respect to time, the second derivative of velocity, or the third derivative of position.

14 November 2017 Edit: 14 November 2017

- Australian Curriculum / Mathematical Methods:
- Unit 2 Topic 3 Introduction to differential calculus, Applications of derivatives, ACMMM094 construct and interpret position-time graphs, with velocity as the slope of the tange…, Unit 3 Topic 2 Integrals, Applications of integration, ACMMM135 determine positions given acceleration and initial values of position and velocity.

- Australian Curriculum / Specialist Mathematics:
- Unit 1 Topic 2 Vectors in the plane, Representing vectors in the plane by directed line segments:, ACMSM010 examine examples of vectors including displacement and velocity, Algebra of vectors in the plane:, ACMSM023 solve problems involving displacement, force and velocity involving the above concept…

- NSW Stage 6 Mathematics and Extension 1:
- 14 Applications of Calculus to the Physical World, 14.1 Rates of change as derivatives with respect to time., 14.3 Velocity and acceleration as time derivatives. Applications involving:, 14.3 i the determination of the velocity and acceleration of a particle given its distance fr…, 14.3 ii the determination of the distance of a particle from a given point, given its acceler…

- NSW Stage 6 Mathematics Extension 2:
- Topic 6 Mechanics

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