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Invariant Galilean Transformations On All Laws
Section - 15. But The Transform Won't Work On Wave Equations?

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Previous Document: 13. But Isn't (x'-x.c')=(x-x.c) Almost the Definition of a Linear Transform?
Next Document: 16. But Maxwell's Equations Aren't Galilean Invariant?

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