Covariant vectors?
So I'm researching something called the Dirac Equation and it uses Feynman Slash Notation, which in turn uses the summation of these things called covariant vectors. From what I thought I understood, isn't covariance just, like, properties of vectors that increase alongside another property of another vector? I tried researching it and it said that covariant vectors are oneforms, and a "mapping" ...
So I'm researching something called the Dirac Equation and it uses Feynman Slash Notation, which in turn uses the summation of these things called covariant vectors. From what I thought I understood, isn't covariance just, like, properties of vectors that increase alongside another property of another vector? I tried researching it and it said that covariant vectors are oneforms, and a "mapping" ...
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@montgomeryvernono Montgomery Vernon O. Gage asked the question.