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I should say I'm fond of the Thom isomorphism, but I still find the contents rather mysterious.
answered Sep 2 '10 by some guy on the street
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Depending (*) on the underlying degree of analyticity (**) in your calculus course, it might be just as well to start with the Stokes theorem, stating it as an existence and uniqueness theorem: Th …
answered Apr 19 '10 by some guy on the street