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Answered 2012-07-05 13:52:17

No. The rate of change of an object's velocity

depends only on the forces acting on it.

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The rate of change of velocity. (As velocity is the rate of change of position.)


Rate of change of position = velocityRate of change of velocity = accelerationRate of change of acceleration = jerk, jolt, surge, or lurch


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I think you mean the "rate of CHANGE" of velocity. (If you don't, then the question is meaningless.) The rate of change of velocity is called " acceleration ".


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