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Do any one have an idea of whether there must be a system tensor in order to be able to transform from the covariant form of a certain tensor to its contravariant one?

This is a bit important to get rigid basics about tensors.

Schwartz Vandslire

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Either to it correctly as required, or to pass it as required.

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# Covariant and Contravariant Rank-2 Tensors

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