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Whic one of these to metric are Minkowski metric

ds^2 =-(cdt)^2+(dX)^2

ds^2 =(cdt)^2-(dX)^2

and what about timelike (ds^2<0) and spacelike (ds^2>0) for each metric?

With my appreciation to those who answer

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# Minkowski metric

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