## if theta is considered small in problems

we know when theta is considered small enough, sin(theta) is approximately equal to theta. Ok, the question is what happens to theta dot(the time derivative of theta)?
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 Mentor If $\theta$ is small all the time, the time-derivative of $sin(\theta)$ is approximately the time-derivative of $\theta$.
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