As far as I have understood it submersions play the analogous role in manifold theory to quotient spaces in topology. Now is that suppose that we have submersion ##\pi: M \to N## with ##M## having a certain differential structure, then how is the differential structure of ##N## related to that of ##M## if we want ##M## to be a manifold? Or more specifically how are the charts on ##N## related to those on ##M##?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Charts on submersions (manifolds).

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