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angular frequency = 2(pi)f

theta [in radians] = 2(pi)f t

t = theta / 2(pi)f

For theta = 0, t = 0

For theta = 2(pi), t = 1/f

If 0 =< theta <= 2(pi)

Then 0 =< t <= 1/f

[I'm not sure if the notation above

is correct.]

Is the foregoing true for any frequency?

For instance, 10^10 radians/s?

Larry

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# Angular Frequency, Time, and Angle

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