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Z0 / D 0. 2. For any two plane closed path, 1 W Œ0; 1 ! A2 and 2 W Œ0; 1 ! A2 , for every homotopy, F W Œ0; 1 Œ0; 1 ! t; u/, for all t; u 2 Œ0; 1, we have n. 1 ; z0 / D n. 2 ; z0 /. Proof. t; u/ 6D z0 for all t; u, with 0 Ä t Ä 1, 0 Ä u Ä 1. ti ; uj /j < for t 2 Œti ; ti C1 and u 2 Œuj ; uj C1 . ti ; uj / z0 . 3 The Fundamental Group of the Punctured Plane Âi0 Âi D ˇi C1 45 ˇi C k 2 ; P P and we see as before that k D 0. Hence, i Âi0 D i Âi , and we conclude that the index does not change as we pass from uj to uj C1 .
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