h(t,x) is an isometry of the hyperbolic line t^2-x^2=1 , t > 0 , of the form h(t,x)= a*t+b*x, -a*x-b*t for some constants a > 0 , b such that a^2-b^2=1 . Find a,b so that h(1.221, -0.7)...
h(t,x) is an isometry of the hyperbolic line t^2-x^2=1 , t > 0 , of the form h(t,x)= a*t+b*x, -a*x-b*t for some constants a > 0 , b such that a^2-b^2=1 . Find a,b so that h(1.221, -0.7)...
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