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Pull-back of dierential forms
Denition 0.1. Let F : Rn Rm be a smooth map and let be a k-form
on Rm , where k 0. The pull-back F is a k-form on Rn dened as follows:
(1) If k = 0, so that = f : Rm R is
Orientation on a vector space
1. Orientation on a vector space
Throughout this section let V be a vector space over R of nite dimension
n 1. For two bases B = b1 , . . . , bn and B = b1 , . . . , bn o
Differential geometry
Fall 2015 MATH 423, Section B13
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The first midterm exam has been graded and the results ha
Basics from linear algebra
Denition. A vector space is a set V with the operations of addition
+ : V V V,
denoted w + v = +(v, w), where v, w V
and multiplication by a scalar
:RV V
denoted rv = (r, v)
Dierential forms
1. Differential forms at a point
1.1. Denition and examples of k-forms.
Denition 1.1. Let p Rn and let k 1 be an integer.
A k-form at p on Rn is a function
: Rn . . . Rn R
p
p
k time
Math 423
Midterm Exam 1 (Solutions)
Friday, October 2, 2015; 9am-9:50am
Problem 1.[10 points]
For each of the following statements indicate whether it is true or false. You DO
NOT need to justify your
H/wk 4. Due Wed, Sept 23 (Solution of Problem 5)
Problem 5. Prove that if F : Rn Rm is a smooth map and if , are smooth
forms on Rm then
F ( ) = F F .
Hint: Youll need to use Proposition-Denition 1.14
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Math 423 Midterm 2
November 5, 2008
0 Answer all questions.
0 Be as clear as possible. Unless otherwise stated, give reasons for your answers.
0 Use both sides of the paper, if
(c) Show that there are no asymptotic directions at a point where the Gauss
curvature is positive.
(5)
SUM (yo OJ C) M wmcamm
kwo =3 M WMWW Question 6
Let M be a generalized cylinder, i.e. a ruled s
Question 4
Let f (x, y) be any smooth function of (st, y), dened for all (L y) in an open
set D C R2.
(a) Show that
dirty) = (56,11, aw
is a good patch dening a surface in R3.
(10)
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3x 3H3 (b) If
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Math 423
Midterm Exam 1 (Solutions)
Friday, October 3, 2014; 9am-9:50am
Problem 1.[10 points]
For each of the following statements indicate whether it is true or false.
You DO NOT need to justify your
Math 423
H/wk 13
Due Wed, Dec 3, 2014
For this homework you will need to use the handout with a scan of pp.
133-140 from Kuhnel (Covariant differentiation on surfaces) available at the
course webpage.
Math 423
H/wk 11
Due Wed, Nov 12, 2014
For this homework you will need to use the material for the handout Handout
on orientation and orientability of surfaces available at the class webpage.
1.
Consi
Math 423
H/wk 14
Due Wed, Dec 10, 2014
For this homework you will need to use the handout with a scan of pp. 133-140
from Kuhnel (Covariant differentiation on surfaces) and pp. 140-144 from Kuhnel
(ge
Math 423
H/wk 12
Due Wed, Nov 19, 2014
1.
Consider the surface S = cfw_(x, y, z) R3 |z = xy R3 . We equip S
with a global coordinate patch : R2 S, (u, v) = (u, v, uv), where
(u, v) R2 .
For the coordi
Math 423
H/wk 10
Due Wed, Nov 5, 2014
1. Consider the cylinder S = cfw_(x, y, z) R3 |x2 + y 2 = 1.
(a) Verify that : (0, 2) R S, given by (, z) = (cos , sin , z), is
a coordinate patch on S (that is,
Math 423
Midterm Exam 2 (Solutions)
Friday, November 14, 2014; 9am-9:50am
Problem 1.[10 points]
For each of the following statements indicate whether it is true or false. You DO
NOT need to justify yo
Math 423 Extra Credit problems
Due Monday, December 8, 2014
NOTE: You must provide complete, correct and
maximally detailed solutions in order to get credit
for these problems.
Problem 1.[3 midterm ex
H/wk 5. Due Wed, Sept 30 (partial solutions)
Ch 2.3 Problem 6.
A unit-speed parameterization of a circle in R3 with center c and radius r > 0
may be written as
()
(s) = c + r cos(s/r)e1 + r sin(s/r)e2