Ok that PDF works it out a different way but, even now, things don't look right
From the bottom of the second page
We have "Now recombining the RHS and LHS we have:"
1/2 ((1/c+v)+(1/c-v))[pard]T/[pard]t = [pard]T/[pard]x +(1/c+v)([pard]T/[pard]t)
Right, fine and dandy
After I got c/(c^2- v^2) on left side I moved the
1/(c-v)over to isolate [pard]T/[pard]x over on the right then
removed [pard]T/[pard]t from the brackets to get the fraction v/(c^2- v^2).
I them moved the whole lot across to put it equal to zero
Hi following a link on another thread I began to read On The Electrodynamics Of Moving Bodies
but I end up with a minus instead of a plus between the two fractions(in the last equation).
I've gone through my calculations but I cannot see where I've gone wrong...