# Algebraic Topology

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Is this something typically worth worrying about? Unlike the representation of the subject produced on the torus, here a single cut, which symbolizes castration, produces both the subject and the object in its divisions (figure 7). Place your mouse over the desired photos in turn, press the right mouse button, then select Properties to access and copy the corresponding photo URL. Both tori will have a hole, and these holes can then be extruded and glued together to complete the genus 2 construction.

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