Suppose x ∈ Ω^(n−1)(Rn \{0}) is closed and the integral of x on S^(n-1) equals to 1. I am stuck on how to show(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

there does not exist an n − 1 form y ∈ Ω(n−1)(R^n) with y|R^n\{0} = x.

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# A question about differential form

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