Find the gauge transformation of a Lagrangian

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Homework Statement


The lagrangian is given by:
[tex] L = -\frac{1}{4} F^2_{\mu \nu} + (\partial_{\mu} \phi_1 - m_1 A_{\mu})^2 + (\partial_{\mu} \phi_2 - m_2 A_{\mu})^2 [/tex]

Homework Equations


Find the gauge transformation of the fields that corresponds to a symmetry.
Find the combination of scalar fields which couples to A_mu.

The Attempt at a Solution


I am clueless here, any idea would be great.
 

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