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why is it needed in the diff manifold definition that the base set M is topologically Hausdorf ?

Since M is locally homeomorphic with Rn as metric space is Hausdorf, shouldn't this condition be automatically satisfied?

Thanks.

Goldbeetle

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# Hausdorff condition in differential manifold definition

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