Consider that you have derived the Lorentz transformations in one space diomensions(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

x=g(x'+Vt')

t=g(t'+Vx'/c^2).

In order to extend the problem to two space dimensions many Authors add

y=y'.

Please tell me if that is the best approach.

Thanks.

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# From one space dimension to two space dimensions in special relativity

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