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Heidi

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- Homework Statement:
- tori

- Relevant Equations:
- R2/Z2

Hi Pfs,

I can get a taurus from a square: I identify the oppsite sides. It has the symbol $R^2/ Z^2 $

Suppose now that i replace this square by a rectangle with the length L ans 2L. I identify the opposite sides in the same manner. The new taurus is also a quotient of $R^2$ but how to write it?

I can get a taurus from a square: I identify the oppsite sides. It has the symbol $R^2/ Z^2 $

Suppose now that i replace this square by a rectangle with the length L ans 2L. I identify the opposite sides in the same manner. The new taurus is also a quotient of $R^2$ but how to write it?