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yehuda
10/12/12 5:38pm

change theta1 to theta1[t] and the same for theta2[t]

This way you can always differentiate and integrate correctly
If you use NonConstants option it is rather complicated to let Integrate be aware that, e.g., Sin[theta2] depends on t

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Intergration of Expressions with nonconstants Ed 10/08/12 08:37am
Re: Intergration of Expressions with nonconstants yehuda 10/12/12 5:38pm
Re: Intergration of Expressions with nonconstants Ed 10/31/12 06:20am
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