This text is meant to accompany class discussions. It is not everything there is to know about uniform circular motion. It is meant as a prep for class. More detailed notes and examples are given in the class notes, presentations, and demonstrations (click here.)
The jerk of the car on the the previous page is 1 m/s3. The jerk is constant. At the start, (0 seconds,) the jerk is 1 m/s3; at 1 s it is 1 m/s3; at 2 seconds it is still 1 m/s3; at 3 seconds it remains 1 m/s3; at 4 seconds it is still 1 m/s3, and at 5 seconds it is also 1 m/s3. The graph will look like the one below.
If you been following the previous pages, you will have seen a trend by now. The slope on an acceleration vs time graph is the jerk.
What do you do to calculate the jerk on an jerk vs time graph?
What do you do to calculate the jerk on an acceleration vs time graph?
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