Hi. So if you have [tex] \frac{d p_{\alpha}}{ds} = \frac{q}{c} F^{\alpha \beta} u_{\beta}[/tex] how could you possibly go on proving this its form is invariant under all coordinate transformations? Or any physical law of any form, really? I guess my point is how do you represent "all possible transformations", because a lot of textbooks go about how the form of a certain physical law is invariant but they never prove it for all possible transformations.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Invariance of tensor forlorentz force law under all possible coordinate transformatio

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