Could someone please explain to me how to find the differential operators in a product of CW complexes, if the individual differential operators are known?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For example, I know that RP^{2}x S^{2}has 1 0-cell, 1 1-cell, 1 2- cells and 1 4-cell, and I know how the cells of RP^{2}and S^{2}are attached, but I don't know how the cells of RP^{2}x S^{2}are attached.

I'd be happy with a link to somewhere that explains this, I haven't been able to find a source. Thanks.

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# Attaching maps in a product of CW-complexes

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