I got this book here that mentions(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); en passantthat the connected components of a (topological) manifold are open in the manifold.

That's not true in a general topological space, so why does Hausdorff + locally euclidean implies it?

I don't see it.

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# Connected components of a manifold

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