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An object possessing this property is said to be simply connected, and the property of being simply connected is indeed a property retained under a continuous deformation. If so, describe a path and show a beginning point and an ending point. 1. By Darboux's theorem, a symplectic manifold has no local structure, which suggests that their study be called topology. In reality, there are sixteen edges that meet at each point, because all of the colored curves represent doubled edges, i.e. the meeting of the edges of the original octagonal sheets.

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