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I have a question, if I have A and B simply connected subspaces of a geodesic space X, what can be said about their intersection?

When is it simply connected? Are there rules for this?

I need to prove it in a special case, but I am not able to do it and I was wondering if there are general rules for this statement.

Thanks!

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# Intersection of simply connected

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