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ds

^{2}= A(r)dt

^{2}+ B(r)dr

^{2}+ C(r)dh

^{2}+ r

^{2}dθ

^{2}

where h is the coordinate along the rod and r is the radial coordinate, or would it be something more complicated?

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ds

where h is the coordinate along the rod and r is the radial coordinate, or would it be something more complicated?

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