So I'm looking at some Lorentz transformation equations and it says(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

x'=[tex]\gamma[/tex](x-vt)

t'=[tex]\gamma[/tex](t-vx/c[tex]^{2}[/tex])

y'=y

z'=z

I'm assuming the values for y', y, z' and z only hold true when the inertial frames of S and S' are moving at a relative velocity in the x-direction. With this being said, what would the transformations be if the inertial frames were in an xy or xyz direction? Thanks in advance.

-Pat

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# Lorentz Transformation

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