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What happens with f when you go from M to N? How is f related to N?

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What happens with f when you go from M to N? How is f related to N?

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Take a manifold M without Riemann structure defined on, i.e. without any geometric properties, so that makes it very malleable.

Is not every manifold diffeomorphic to M already M?

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What happens with f when you go from M to N? How is f related to N?

Consider the diffeomorphism g:M-->N.

Then you have that the composition of g^-1 and f, maps from N to R. Is that what you are looking for?

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