## Essential University Physics: Volume 1 (3rd Edition)

We know that $a=\frac{F}{M}$ $a=\frac{F_{\circ}sin(\omega t)}{M}=\frac{F_{\circ}}{M}sin(\omega t)$ We also know that the jerk is the rate of change of acceleration $J=\frac{da}{dt}$ $J=\frac{-F\omega{\circ}}{M}cos(\omega t)$ The maximum jerk is given as $J_{max}=\frac{F_{\circ}\omega}{M}$