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SECTIONAL CURVATURE OP HYPEKSURFACES. Consider a hypersurface W c V and let us formulate Gauss' teorema egregium which relates Kw(o) to Kv(o) for the planes o6 2\ o (F), w£W. For this we need the second fundamental form 11w restricted to o, where o is given the (Euclidean) metric inhereted from g on T,0(V). Now, every quadratic form on TR2 = (o, g\o} is characterized by its eigenvalues (which are the eigenvalues of the corresponding symmetric operator A on 1R-) and the product of these eigenvalues for the form JP¥ on o is denoted Dis(o), With this the Gauss formula reads Here as earlier the proof is algorithmic but the corollaries are quite nice.

G. \.. Then the small inward E-deformation of this piece-wise smooth hypersurface is again convex and piecewise smooth, where the deformed pieces may, unfortunately, have ||7I|| slightly greater than c. This increase of [|J7]|—*•<» which corresponds to the appearance of a focal point. But this can be prevented since the deformed hypersurface can be arbitrarily close approximated again by another piecewise smooth convex hypersurface having \\n\\ :£ c for all pieces. Thus- by sequentially applying small equidistant deformations followed by approximations we manage to keep in the category of piecewise smooth convex1 hypersurfaces for large inward deformations.

Such that w ^* 0 and W n V becomes a hypersurface W c U' c W passing through the origin. Then we define the form IIw of W cz: V at iv as that of W in Ifi" at 0, where the tangent spaces TX(W) and T0(W) are identified by the differential of the implied diffeomorphism U *-» V (sending W f\ U to W and TW(W) onto T,,{W')). A little thought shows this definition to be independent of the coordinates w, and with a minor extra effort one can see this form is the same as defined by the above {-(-).