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If X is a topological space upon which G acts then we can give X/G the quotient topology. We call X/G with the quotient topology the quotient space of X by G. For example if Z 2 acts on Sn by ±1x = ix then is just + x then R/Z just S'. 9 Exercises (a) Let Xbe the infinite strip {(x,y)E R2;-½

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