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Differentiation is the set of techniques and results from Differential Calculus, concerning the calculation of derivatives of functions or distributions.

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If $\omega$ is not constant, I don't really see a reason to write $\theta = \omega t$. You can do it, I just don't see why it would be convenient. It's probably better to just think of $\theta(t)$. S …
answered Apr 7 by Drubbels