What is another word for dynamical?

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[ da͡ɪnˈamɪkə͡l], [ da‍ɪnˈamɪkə‍l], [ d_aɪ_n_ˈa_m_ɪ_k_əl]

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How to use "Dynamical" in context?

Dynamic always refers to motion, whether it is an object moving on a surface or a force acting between objects. The word "dynamical" has been used in the English language since the late sixteenth century to refer to both motion and forces. In modern terminology, dynamical refers to the study of motion, whether it is on a human scale or on a larger scale such as the motion of planets, stars, and galaxies. Dynamical theorists seek to understand the underlying principles that govern the behavior of these objects and forces.

There are a number of principles that dynamical theorists have found to be fundamental.

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