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Let f : X l ~ X 2 be an equivariant mapping of the Zk-COhOmological spheres of the dimensions m and n respectively. Let the actions T l, T2 of the group Zk be semi-free on X1, X 2. The dimensions of the sets F1, F 2 of~ the fixed points are the same and equal to r and the degree deg(flF l) @ 0. Then it is necessary that m~
We shall orient ~ R e as a boundary of the domain ~ + . e. [~= O, I~I = 1 moves along 54 ~ R e in the direction of a positive orientation, then the multiplier ~ rotates counter-clockwise. Calculate the degree of the mapping ~ : Re RP in the neighbourhood of the i~finite point = c ~ o ~ R P 1. From the as~ptotics ~k ~ exp (i ~akT) at P - ~ P k it follows that the degree of the mapping ~: P R e - - * RP1 in this point P is equal to the sign of the number ak, since with the increase of ~ the multiplier ~ k ( ~ ) will rotate co~ter-clockwise at ak ~ 0 and clocMvise - at ak ~ O.