• Problem 1 and 2 are about singular cubes.
  • Problem 3 is a nice statement about symplectic manifolds.
  • Problem 4 asks you to find a closed non-exact form on $ \mathbb{R}^m \setminus \{0\}$.
  • Problem 5 is used in Lecture 27.
  • Problem 6 investigates how diffeomorphisms affect integrals.
  • Problem 7 shows that on Lie groups we can also integrate functions.
  • Problem 8 is lots of fun. This introduces the degree of a smooth map between compact oriented connected smooth manifolds, and then uses this to prove the infamous Hairy Ball Theorem.

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