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Feb 13 '21 at 19:55 comment added Shrey @Electra By "three-vector", I just mean the spatial part associated with the 4-vector (as opposed to the temporal part). This terminology is fairly standard. For example, in David Tong's special relativity notes, page 136, he refers to the spatial part of the four-momentum as the three-momentum: damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/tong/relativity/dynrel.pdf. Please also see: physics.stackexchange.com/questions/330286/…
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Sep 29 '20 at 20:37 comment added Electra In your answer you mention "three-velocity" and "three-vectors". Is this standard terminology? When I google 'define 3-velocity' all that comes up is velocity or 4-velocity, the same comes up for "three-vectors". Could you please show me link that defines these?
Aug 1 '20 at 23:27 comment added Electra Sorry, I just realized that I forgot to accept this as the correct answer :-)
Jul 23 '20 at 15:27 comment added Shrey @Electra You're welcome! Your attempt was very close, but didn't take into account that the norm under convention B is different. I have updated my answer to address this.
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Jul 23 '20 at 15:00 comment added Electra Thank you very much for taking the time to write a truly excellent answer. Please see my update in the main post above.
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Jul 23 '20 at 1:12 history answered Shrey CC BY-SA 4.0