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Given manifolds M,N (both embedded in $R^n$, intersecting each other transversally,

so that their intersection has dimension >=1 ( i.e. n -(Dim(M)-Dim(N)>1) is the intersection

a manifold?

Thanks.

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# Is the Transversal Intersection of Manifolds a Manifold?

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