#### PeterDonis

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The angle you are referring to has nothing to do with ##dx' / dt## or ##dx / dt'##. It's just ##\text{atan} (dx / dt)## in the "stationary" frame for an object that is at rest in the "moving" frame. Just as @Pencilvester has been telling you.Where exactly is mistake in my derivation in post#15?