# A DIFFERENTIABLE STRUCTURE ON A FINITE DIMENSIONAL REAL VECTOR SPACE AS A MANIFOLD

Keywords: Chart, Differentiable Manifold, Norm Topology, Real Vector Space, Transition Map

### Abstract

There are three conditions for a topological space to be said a topological manifold of dimension  : Hausdorff space, second-countable, and the existence of homeomorphism of a neighborhood of each point to an open subset of  or -dimensional locally Euclidean. The differentiable structure is given if the intersection of two charts is an empty chart or its transition map is differentiable. In this article, we study a differentiable manifold on finite dimensional real vector spaces.  The aim is to prove that any finite-dimensional vector space is a differentiable manifold. First of all, it is proved that a finite dimensional vector space is a topological manifold by constructing a norm as its topology. Given a metric which is induced by a norm. Two norms on a finite dimensional vector space are always equivalent and they are determine the same topology.  Secondly, it is proved that the transition map in the finite dimensional vector space is differentiable. As conclusion, we have that any finite dimensional vector space with independent norm topology choice is a differentiable manifold.  As a matter of discussion, it can be studied that the vector space of all linear operators of a finite dimensional vector space has a differentiable manifold structure as well.

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Published
2023-12-19
How to Cite
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E. Kurniadi, “A DIFFERENTIABLE STRUCTURE ON A FINITE DIMENSIONAL REAL VECTOR SPACE AS A MANIFOLD”, BAREKENG: J. Math. & App., vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 2207-2212, Dec. 2023.
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