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As an aside, have you studied and Lagrangian mechanics? If so, there is a method of obtaining the connection coefficients from the Euler-Lagrange equations which is sometimes less time consuming than using the definition involving the metric tensor.

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No but i know the euler lagrage equation.

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Yes but could you still show me some examples, i'm not particularly comfortable with thses symbols.

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It's ok I'm fine now.

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