I have given a function g(t)=∇(f(x(t))) , f: IR³->IR and x: IR-> IR³ and want to express the first 3 derivatives with respect to time most simply.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I thought that g'(t)=Hessian(f(x(t)))dx/dt

but how do I get the further derivatives. is there any chance to express those in terms of taking the gradient or the hessian matrix of a function several times?

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# Express derivatives most intuitively

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