I am doing some revision and trying to do fundamental groups and I was wondering if the fundamental group of the following space is {1} i.e. all loops based p are homotopic.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

fundamental group of (X,p) = D^2\{(x,0) : 0<=x<=1} where p=(-1,0)

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