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If f (t) represents the position of a moving body, or the amount of a changing d quantity, at time t, then the derivative f (t) (equivalently, dt f (t)) denotes the rate of change of position (also called velocity) or the rate of change of the quantity. When f (t) represents velocity, then sometimes we calculate another derivative---( f ) (t)---and this quantity denotes the rate of change of velocity, or acceleration. In specialized applications, even more derivatives are sometimes used. For example, sometimes the derivative of the acceleration is called jerk and sometimes the derivative of jerk is called surge.
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