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Then, for each xo E U , there is an open neighborhood U , of x, and an open interval J , about 0 such that f :Jo x U o -+ E is Lipschitz on U , uniformly on J,. The proof is left as an exercise. The following proposition makes use of the contraction mapping principle (see [26]). Suppose that 11 11 is a norm on E and J is an open interval in R. Let B(J, E ) be the space of bounded continuous functions from J into E; B(J, E ) becomes a complete metric space with the metric d(f7 9) = SUP Ilf(t)- s(t)II.

V") and V', . . , 17")are the values of u on ( U , d), ( V , $), then or, in coordinate form as above, Gi = (df'/dxj) UJ ( , j summed from 1 to n). 4) are called the contravariant transformation law and a tangent vector v at xo is often called a contravariant vector at xo. NOTATION:Given a tangent vector v at x and a chart ( U , 4) at x we have u((U,4 ) )E R". This is the ( U , 4)-representative of v. We shall shorten this 30 3. INTRODUCTION TO DIFFERENTIAL MANIFOLDS cumbersome notation by referring to the $-representative and writing v+ rather than u( ( U , 4)).

X") = (xi,.. , x", 0,.. ,0). ' - PROOF: Let U = {(x', . . ,x", y ' , . . The matrix Df(X0) = ( ( ~ f ' / W ( x o ) ) has n linearly independent columns so it also has some set of n linearly independent rows. We assume rows 1, . . , n are independent (if not, reorder the coordinates in R"+k). (XI,. . , x", y', . . , yk) = (f'(X),f2(X), . . f"(X),f"+ '(4 + y', . . ,f"+k(X) + y k ) 3 so that Df(X0,O) = I 0 1 This matrix is nonsingular. Thus, we can find a neighborhood W of (xo,0) in Rn+kand a neighborhood V of f(xo) such that f W + V is a Ck-diffeomorphism.