Can i know how does the Lorentz transformation equations are derived?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

x'=Y(x-vt)

y'=y

z'=z

t'=Y(t-vx/c^2)

Especially the equation for t', what is term vx/c^2 there implies?

thank you for answering me.

-Jeno-

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