I hope someone here could clarify for me. With the waveform function f()=(A)sin(wt + theta)
A=magnitude of the wave,
sin= type of wave form,
theta = phase shift
...isn't wt + theta just giving us a different frequency once we replace wt and theta with values?
If I have a frequency of 6000 Rad/s and I add a phase shift of 45 then I have a frequency of 6045 Rad/s which is not the same as 6000 Rad/s yet the theory I'm told says it is, only offset by 45 degrees. What am I not getting?