Monthly Archives: October 2016

Pullbacks of Differential Forms

Let be a smooth map between manifolds and let be a smooth -form on . We have the natural push forward/total differential given by , where is a curve satisfying and , but this also gives a natural way to … Continue reading

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A Bad Attempt At Connecting Differential Forms And Multivariable Calculus

So after taking MVC, we’ve all been through those tedious proofs that and . Here, we give a unified way to view these identities. We start by giving the notion of a tangent space of a point in , which … Continue reading

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