#### disregardthat

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(I have no education is this sort of math...)

Acceleration is: (v2-v1)\(t2-t1)=average accalearation

Like: (10m\s-5m\s)\(3s-1s) = 5m\s\2s =

**2.5m\s^2**

Right?

Ok, I was wondering what the rising acceleration is called, and if this is the correct way of calculating it:

Average rising acceleration: (20m\s^2-5m\s^2)\(7s-2s) = 15m\s^2/5s =

**15m\s^3**

Where

**15m\s^3**is the rising acceleration. Is this way correct and what is it called?