Talk:Chain duality III (Ex)

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We check this for objects in $\mathbb A$.
We check this for objects in $\mathbb A$.
Let $\phi:TM\to M$ be an element of $M\otimes_{\mathbb A}M$.
Let $\phi:TM\to M$ be an element of $M\otimes_{\mathbb A}M$.
Then $T_{M,M}\phi=(e_M\circ T\phi: TM\to T^2M\to M$.
Then $T_{M,M}\phi=(e_M\circ T\phi: TM\to T^2M\to M$.
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Revision as of 11:14, 1 June 2012

We check this for objects in \mathbb A.

Let \phi:TM\to M be an element of M\otimes_{\mathbb A}M. Then T_{M,M}\phi=(e_M\circ T\phi: TM\to T^2M\to M.

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