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## Relativity of Simultaneity

 Quote by DaleSpam Relativity of simultaneity is a particular feature of the Lorentz transform (in units where c=1): $t'=\gamma (t-vx)$ $x'=\gamma(x-vt)$ Here is a transform which has length contraction and time dilation, but not the relativity of simultaneity: $t'=\gamma (t)$ $x'=\gamma(x-vt)$ Here is a transform which has the relativity of simultaneity, but not length contraction or time dilation: $t'=t-vx$ $x'=x-vt$
thanks Dalespam; I think you mentioned that before. I don't fully understand it from that, but all information is helpful