In this video I go over an example to illustrate how to interpret higher derivatives by looking at the derivative of a derivative or in other words the acceleration of a function.
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Higher Derivatives – Acceleration Example
Recap on the Second Derivative and Acceleration
If f(x) = xcos(x), find and interpret f’’(x)