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7) generalize, for j = 1, . . , k , to 0 → εj R → pj → K[ε1 , . . , εj , . . 14) where a “hat” means “omit this coefficient”. 7) is, for any choice 1 ≤ j1 < . . < j ≤ k , 0 → i=1 εji R → R pji −→ i=1 K[ε1 , . . , εji , . . , εk ] → 0. 15) In particular, for the “maximal choice” ji = i , i = 1, 2, . . , k , we get 0 → ε1 . . εk R → R → k i=1 K[ε1 , . . , εj , . . , εk ] → 0. 16) corresponds to the “most vertical” bundle ε1 . . εk T M → T kM → k i=1 T k−1 M. There are also various projections T k K → T K for all = 0, .
Assume now that the formula holds for k ∈ N. , f (x) = f (x) ∈ W for all x ∈ U . In the following proof we will use only these properties of f . 17). Note that we used df (x)v = ∂v f (x) = ∂v f (x) = df (x)v , which holds since x, v ∈ V and f |U = f . Now we are going to repeat this argument, using that, if f is C 3 over T T K, then all maps ∂u f , u ∈ T T U , are C 2 over T T K and hence also over T K: f (x + ε1 v1 + ε2 v2 + ε1 ε2 v12 ) = f (x + ε1 v1 + ε2 (v2 + ε1 v12 )) = f (x + ε1 v1 ) + ε2 (∂v2 +ε1 v12 f )(x + ε1 v1 ) = f (x) + ε1 ∂v1 f (x) + ε2 ∂v2 +ε1 v12 f (x) + ε1 ε2 ∂v1 ∂v2 +ε1 v12 f (x) = f (x) + ε1 ∂v1 f (x) + ε2 ∂v2 f (x) + ε1 ε2 (∂v12 + ∂v1 ∂v2 )f (x).
Sections of T M are also called vector fields, and we also use the classical notation X(M ) for Γ(T M ) . In a chart (Ui , ϕi ) , vector fields can be identified with smooth maps Xi : V ⊃ ϕi (Ui ) → V , given by ∼ Xi := pr2 ◦T ϕi ◦ X ◦ ϕ−1 : ϕ−1 i i (Ui ) → Ui → T Ui = Ui × V → V. Similarly, sections of an arbitrary vector bundle are locally represented by smooth maps Xi : V ⊃ ϕ−1 i (Ui ) → W. If the chart (Ui , ϕi ) is fixed, for brevity of notation we will often suppress the index i and write the chart representation of X in the form U → U × W, x → x + X(x) or (x, X(x)).