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Principles of Differential Geometry

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Principles of Differential Geometry
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Publisher: viXra
Number of pages: 161

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The present text is a collection of notes about differential geometry prepared to some extent as part of tutorials about topics and applications related to tensor calculus. They can be used as a reference for a first course on the subject or as part of a course on tensor calculus.

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