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    Invariance of physical laws (Tensors)

    The invariance of physical laws to a coordinate change suggests a symmetry group structure. Can the operations of cordinate transformation be written as group operations? What is the group?
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    Re: Invariance of physical laws (Tensors)

    First, that looks like a homework problem. Second, the resulting group depends upon what the transformations are.
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