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11) are the components of the fundamental metric tensor. That tensor describes the metrical properties of the already deformed region R. 12) due to the fact that ds2 can be written as follows d s2 d xi d xi Gik d xi d x k ; where Gik are the components of Kronecker´s delta. From this last expression it can easily be seen that Gik plays the role of the fundamental metric tensor for undeformed region R whose geometry corresponds to a flat Euclidean Space. When the region is deformed it can be said that the geometry of R is similar to a curved Euclidean Space whose metrical properties are described by the fundamental metric tensor gik.
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5), and Reynolds´ transport theorem are used again, it can be demonstrated that t2 ³³ t1 R d " G t d V d t dt ª « "dV G t « ¬R ³ ºt2 » » ¼t1 t2 ³³ D " dVdtG t. 7´) is zero according to the following boundary condition G t1 G t2 0. 1). 9) which is no other thing but the product of the derivative D" and G +t . In this case it is fulfilled that G W 0. 10) In other words, the action integral is invariant under temporary variations. With this, the demonstration of the theorem is complete.