By Harvey Cohn
This lucid and insightful exploration reviews complicated research and introduces the Riemann manifold. It additionally indicates how to find actual features on manifolds analogously with algebraic and analytic issues of view. Richly endowed with greater than 340 workouts, this ebook is ideal for school room use or self sustaining learn. 1967 variation.
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In Chap. 7, we shall avoid such questions by using the "simplicial structure" of the manifold (in this case (R). REVIEW OF COMPLEX ANALYSIS 18 The idea that £ - MTt is essentially that the chain £ - I (= ag) can be "filled in" by a regiont or 2-chain S. Thus, returning to Fig. 1-3a, we say -e3 is homologous to e1 + e2 which means the indicated chains can be filled in by the region OR. Likewise, e1 - - 02 - e3, etc. The ideas introduced in Sec. 1-2 and here do not reach fruition until analogs are developed for "differentials on a manifold" in Chaps.
EXERCISES 1 Show that in Fig. 2-1 the line NQP makes the same angle with the zy plane at P as it does with the tangent plane to the (euclidean) sphere at Q. 2 Show from the preceding result that a dihedral angle through PQ intercepts equal angles on the two aforementioned planes. ) S Show that if Q(E,,i,r) corresponds to P(z), then Q(- E, -,l, -1) corresponds to P(z') where zz = -1. ] 6 2-3 Rational Functions We next define a rational function of z to be a function f(z) which is either identically zero or is the ratio of two nonzero polynomials P1(z)/P2(z) = f (z) where P1(z) is of degree n and P2(z) is of degree m.
11 Prove Lemma 2-12 from (2-46c). ) 12 In Exercise 1 a relationship is developed between the linear transformation w = f(z) and the unimodular matrix ±S. Show the ± sign cannot be fixed so as to produce a biunique correspondence between f and S. ) 13 (a) Show that in Lemma 2-10, the interior of the unit circle in the z plane is mapped onto the interior of the unit circle in the w plane [w = f(z)] exactly when jal < 1. (b) Show that in Lemma 2-11, the upper half z plane is mapped onto the upper half to plane exactly when AD - BC > 0.