By Jerry R. Shipman

ISBN-10: 0878915087

ISBN-13: 9780878915088

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3, we have rankg ρ(m) = rank1 ρ(m) = dim im T1 (ρ(m)) = dim T1 (G) − dim ker T1 (ρ(m)) = dim T1 (G) − dim T1 (Gm ) = dim G − dim Gm = dim G/Gm . On the other hand, since p is a submersion we have rankp(g) o(m) = rankg ρ(m) = dim G/Gm . Since p is surjective, this in turn implies that o(m) is also a subimmersion. On the other hand, o(m) is injective, therefore it has to be an immersion. 1. Lemma. The map o(m) : G/Gm −→ M is an injective immersion. In particular, if φ : G −→ H a morphism of Lie groups, we have the commutative diagram φ /H ✇; ✇ ✇ ✇✇ p ✇✇ Φ ✇  ✇ G/ ker φ G of Lie groups and their morphisms.

Hence, the kernel of ψ 0 consists of matrices 10 01 and −1 0 −1 . Therefore, the differential of ψ is injective. Since SU(2) and SO(3) are three-dimensional, it follows that the differential of ψ is an isomorphism of tangent spaces at the identity. 6. 12. Lemma. The fundamental group of SO(3) is Z2 . Its universal covering group is SU(2). Clearly, SO(1) = {1} is simply connected. The group SO(2) is isomorphic to the circle S 1 , and its fundamental group is Z. 1 2. 1. Lie algebras. A Lie algebra a over a field k of characteristic 0 is a linear space over k with a bilinear operation (x, y) −→ [x, y] such that (i) [x, x] = 0 for all x ∈ a; (ii) (Jacobi identity) [x, [y, z]] + [y, [z, x]] + [z, [x, y]] = 0 for all x, y, z ∈ a.

X(f ) ◦ γ(g) = X(f ◦ γ(g)) for all g ∈ G. It is clear that the last property of X is equivalent to the leftinvariance. Let X and Y be two left-invariant vector fields on G. , the vector field [X, Y ] is also left-invariant. Therefore, left-invariant vector fields form a Lie subalgebra L(G) of T (G). 3. Lemma. The map X −→ X1 is a linear isomorphism of L(G) onto T1 (G). Proof. , the map X −→ X1 is injective. On the other hand, for any ξ ∈ T1 (G), the map f −→ ξ(f ◦ γ(·)) is a leftinvariant vector field on G.