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2 Tangent Spaces v ~m Figure 6 Action of the bijection 8 c(q). structure. Hence the bijection E>c allows the desired characteristics of a tangent plane to be preserved, although in fact in the absence of a canonical imbedding of M into ~m no tangent plane is defined. 4) The space of equivalence classes of curves tangent at q is called the tangent space of Mat q and denoted Tq(M). 1). 5) 1. M = ~n, = 1. In this case to any vector v, E>c l(q) assigns the line which passes through q and is parallel to v.

0) = (1,0,0, ... ,0). Therefore the I x {X} are integral curves. 0 0 Jx 0 6. X: x ~ (x, for x > 0, and otherwise 0). For u(O) u(t) = 0 and u(t) = t 2/4. 4 Tensors The tangent space 'Fq(M) admits multilinear mappings, the tensors at the point q. This linear structure is extended in the global definition of the bundle of tensors over M, which is then used to define tensor fields. If E is a (finite-dimensional) vector space, then the space of linear mappings E --+ IR! (or IC) is called its dual space E*.

TV. ',. 'X'dxil \CI 'X' ... ', ... ,i~(X - a)o·'1 ® ... ® O·lr ® dx il ® ... ® dx is ). J1, ... ,}s 2. M = IRn, <1>: Xi ~ LikXk, T*(*t·• x ~ (x', o· 11 'X' \CI ... tV. \CI o· 'X' I,. \C;I dx il tV. ••• 'C:I 3. g E C'x'(M 1): <1>* dg = d(g a <1>-1). It is intuitively clear that the image of the differential of a function must be the differential of the image of the function.

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