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It can be shown that this is possible, for instance, when X is of compact support. This is intuitively clear, since the worst eventuality is for some trajectories to leave M in a finite time. 11]. 3. In Example 2 there is no diffeomorphism of all of M, and in Example 3 we saved the group of diffeomorphisms by getting rid of the trajectories that go through the origin. This is not always possible; in Example 4 only one point of the manifold would be left after a similar operation. 4) form a one-parameter group of bijections M -+ M, X is said to be complete and the group is called a ftow.
Then To(f) . 1 = 0 1 a D(<1>2 a f) = 0 1 a 0C
Write Lxg out explicitly on a chart. 4. 4). 5. ) 6. Show that for the natural injection to a submanifold, T(f) is injective. 2 Tangent Spaces 7. Verify the chain rule. 8. Show that a mapping L: COO --+ COO with the properties (i) LUt + (2) = LCft) + L(j~) and (ii) LUI' (2) = LUI)' I2 + II . 3). 28) 1. This follows from the chain rule applied to 'JI a 'JI- I = 1 and from T(l) = 1. 2. Let X: q --+ (q, vj(q)Oj) and <1>: q --+ q(ij). Then <1>* X: ii -+ (ii, J(q)(oiiJoq)8 j1ij). Observe that the components vj transform the same way as the differentials dqj and the other way around from the basis OJ.