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The latter is a better notation since it exhibits more directly what needs to be proved. It is also easier to remember since each arrow carries its own domain and codomain. Then it is straightforward to connect the arrows to form a diagram. One method of proving that a diagram is commutative is the diagram chase. This consists in taking a generic element in an appropriate object and seeing where the arrows take it down the various routes available. 6). x; v/ 2 U Rm . x; v/ ! x/; Df ? x/v/ ? v/ ?
Uˇ / ˇı ˛ ! U? ˇ ? 1) on the base spaces, but we have not yet specified the map (indicated with a dashed arrow and a question mark) between the total spaces. Clearly the thing to do is put T . ˇ ı ˛ 1 / there! Before doing this, we want to introduce this notation for the transition functions: ˇ˛ WD ˇ ı ˛ 1 . So we arrive at this commutative diagram: T . U˛ // ? U˛ / T. U? ˛ ? U˛ T ˇ˛ \ Uˇ // ! T . ˇ˛ \ Uˇ / ! U? ˇ ? Uˇ \ U˛ // \ U˛ / T . Uˇ // ? Uˇ /: By the way, the inclusion symbols and are considered to be arrows in this diagram; that is, they represent inclusion maps.
AB/ D B A , a well-known formula from linear algebra. However, A 7! / 1 ! Rm / /: Of course, it is smooth too. 7 Show that the representation A 7! A / 1 is smooth. tˇ˛ / 1 W U˛ \ Uˇ ! Rm / ,! M ? y M: The cotangent bundle is not the tangent bundle. This fact should be carefully examined and thoroughly understood. Rm / , their elements are not called vectors, but rather covectors or covariant vectors. x/ / 1 for x 2 U˛ \ Uˇ , as noted above. x/. 8 An exercise for the reader. Rm / ,! k;l/ M „ ƒ‚ … „ ƒ‚ … k l ?