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The definition of a diffeomorphism involves the differentiable inverse of a function, so must the original function be one-to-one to make its inverse a function, or can the inverse be a relation and not a function?
Sorry if it's a silly question, I am just a second semester calc student who looked at this for fun.
Sorry if it's a silly question, I am just a second semester calc student who looked at this for fun.