Hi there, kinda new here so please let me know if this question has been answered. I am hoping to get a link or two to some good sources of information on Lorentz transforms and distribution functions (as used in physics). I understand DF's in class and I understand the math behind them I just have a hard time applying it to my homework. My textbooks makes a lot of jumps and I can't follow what is going where. It's the same thing with the Lorentz transforms, I understand the concept and examples. But have a hard time doing a problem type I've never seen before. I think my big problem is with putting the values into the equations and which equations to use. I'm hoping someone can share with me a few reasources that can help me better understand the concept and how to put those concepts into practice in problems. This is just an intro class so I don't need anything too high level, thanks in advance for all the help.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Lorentz transforms and distribution functions

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