### 4-Scalar Position

A four scalar position will follow basic scalar rules, exept for some other things. For example, a regular scalar will follow. For example, it still follows the scalar field law. But, if you just multipy the scalar with the dt, then you have a four scalar position. For example:

dt/k*(x)=dt'/k*(x)'

where k(x) is the scalar, and it is going under a transformation. Now, since according to dynamical law 3, all calculations end up as 0. But see, the scalar can't=0. So, it's not the complete picture. It's only the world line. In order to sustain dynamical law 3, we will have to augment some of the inertial coordinates with sets of equations.

dt/k*(x)=dt'/k*(x)'

where k(x) is the scalar, and it is going under a transformation. Now, since according to dynamical law 3, all calculations end up as 0. But see, the scalar can't=0. So, it's not the complete picture. It's only the world line. In order to sustain dynamical law 3, we will have to augment some of the inertial coordinates with sets of equations.

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