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[tex]\Gamma^i_{jk}=\vec{\epsilon^i}\cdot\frac{\partial\vec{\epsilon_j}}{\partial q^k}[/tex]

Please prove the relation

[tex]\frac{\partial\vec{\epsilon_j}}{\partial q^k}=\Gamma^m_{jk}\vec{\epsilon_m}[/tex]

Thanks very much in advance

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