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Tom
09/26/10 8:29pm

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Thanks yehuda, that code was very helpful.

I also realized that the infinitely increasing theta graph was caused by my setting v0 = 5, which is an extremely high speed in radians/sec. This caused the pendulum to "wrap around" its axis instead of oscillating like a traditional pendulum.

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