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HW 6 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 6 (1) P102, 18 Proof. Let the ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 6 (1) P102, 18 Proof. Let the ...

HW 1 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 1 (1) P22, 6. Suppose the polyhedron P has e edges. ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 1 ...

HW 5 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 5 (1) P78, 14 Proof. Since ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 5 (1) P78, 14 Proof. Since ...

HW 3 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 3 (1) P50, 8 Since X has a countable basis, let = cfw_Uk be a basis with countably many k=1 open sets. ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 3 ...
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HW 6 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 6 (1) P102, 18 Proof. Let the ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 6 (1) P102, 18 Proof. Let the ...

HW 1 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 1 (1) P22, 6. Suppose the polyhedron P has e edges. ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 1 ...

HW 5 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 5 (1) P78, 14 Proof. Since ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 5 (1) P78, 14 Proof. Since ...

HW 3 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 3 (1) P50, 8 Since X has a countable basis, let = cfw_Uk be a basis with countably many k=1 open sets. ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 3 ...
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Review Notes
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY REVIEW OF IMPORTANT CONCEPTS AND THEOREMS Short Version Chapter 2: Topological space and continuity. ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY ...

Separation Axioms Notes
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
NOTES FOR MATH 142 SEPARATION AXIOMS (09/15/2014) Recall that the proof of the Tietze extension theorem only need the topological space X to satisfy the following property: For any two disjoint closed set A, BX, there is a continuous ...

Syllabus
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
SYLLABUS OF MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY Basic Information Instructor: Hongbin Sun Email: hongbins at math.berkeley.edu Class: MWF 89am in 2 Evans. Oce: Evans ...

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School: Kaplan University, Maryland
Course: MATHEMATIC MM 150
... In this lecture we shall introduce the most basic object in algebraic topology, the fundamental group. ... Besides being the most basic object in algebraic topology, it is of paramount importance in low dimensional topology. ...
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Final Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
... True 2. (20 points) Let X be the set R with the halfopen interval topology (U ⊆ X is a neighborhood of x ∈ X if [x, x + ǫ) ⊆ U for some ǫ > 0), show that X is not metrizable by the following steps. ...

Midterm 2 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
... We have f−1(y) = (f−1(y) ∩ U) ∪ (f−1(y) ∩ V ) with both f−1(y) ∩ U and f−1(y) ∩ V are open sets in f−1(y) (under subspace topology), and (f−1(y)∩U)∩(f−1(y)∩V ) = ∅. Since f−1(y) is connected, we have that ei...

Midterm 1 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
... 2. (30 points) Let X be the topological space with the set being R and a subset U ⊆ R is a neighborhood of x ∈ R if [x, x + ǫ) ⊆ U for some ǫ > 0. Let E1 be the set of real numbers with the standard topology, and f : E1 → X define...

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School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 215B
Index plottools, 67 polar, 297 polar coordinates, 51, 64, 96 Polynomial, 300 polynomial, 43 population density, 155 population growth, 150, 201 Popup Menu, 126128 PostScript, 39 potential energy, 117 PowerPoint, 103 precedence, 207, ...