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I'm new to this , and I understand the derivation of the transition laws for overlapping regions of a manifold for covectors and vectors starting from thinking of them as adifferential and adifferential operatorrespectively, but I don't really have a cluewhere this comes from...

Any assistance or a point toward some good source, greatly appreciated !

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# Vectors as a differential op and covectors as differenential

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