Say I have a funciton sin(theta - phi)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

theta and phi are both time-dependant. How do I take the time derivative of this function? Is there a general notation or do I have to assume theta = w1t and phi = w2t and go with that?

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# Time derivatives where there's no explicit time dependence

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