# Lorentz transformation

## Homework Statement

Given that the derivative θμ transforms as a covariant vector ,show that θμ transforms as a contravariant vector.

## The Attempt at a Solution

Does anyone know how i should go to prove it ?Is it just a trivial substitution ?

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gabbagabbahey
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## Homework Statement

Given that the derivative θμ transforms as a covariant vector ,show that θμ transforms as a contravariant vector.

## Homework Equations

What are θμ & θμ supposed to mean exactly? Uf the problem is just to show that $\frac{\partial}{\partial x_\mu}$ transforms as a contravariant vector, just try an analogous proof to the covariant case in your image. If you get stuck, show your work.