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can we show that is compact?

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- Aug 24th 2009, 09:18 AMMauritzvdwormcompact torus?
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can we show that is compact? - Aug 24th 2009, 11:30 AMnirax
- Aug 24th 2009, 12:06 PMMauritzvdworm
could you give me an example of such a map?

- Aug 24th 2009, 12:21 PMnirax
i will describe it by words, you write down the expression. call the parameters in the domain a and b. call the corordinate of R^3 as x, y, z.

in the x-z plane draw a circle of radius 2. call this circle C. parametrize its points by a, which is to say that you choose a reference line segment radius. consider a plane perpendicular to x-z plane, passing through y-axis, such that its intersection with x-z plane makes an angle of a with the refernce radius. this plane rotates along the y-axis, the angle of rotation being a.

when you have rotated this plane by angle a, draw a circle of radius 1 around the point (2cos a, 0, 2sin a) in this plane. parametrize the points of this circle by b ...

try to visualize what i am saying ... it is really easy if seen pictotrially.

i think u can fill in the details. ... convince yourself that this map is smooth embedding. - Aug 24th 2009, 01:05 PMOpalg
- Aug 24th 2009, 01:13 PMMauritzvdworm
- Aug 24th 2009, 10:00 PMnirax
about the y-axis. ok i will give you the final answer. try to work it out. and also if you have access to 3d plots, try to plot it. maybe gnuplot cud help you

edit :: i am not very sure i have done the computations correctly. plz check it. - Aug 24th 2009, 10:04 PMnirax
is there a list where i can see all the mathematical fonts ?

- Aug 24th 2009, 10:06 PMChris L T521
See the LaTeX help section of the forums (in particular, the tutorials).