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    Covering Maps : Let q: X->Y and r:Y->Z be covering maps; let p=(r(q(x))). Show if r^(-1)(z) is finite for each z in Z, p is a covering map.

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    Let q: X->Y and r:Y->Z be covering maps; let p=(r(q(x))). Show if r^(-1)(z) is finite for each z in Z, p is a covering map.

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    r o q is continuous and onto, as both these properties are preserved by
    compositions. So only the "evenly covered bit" needs to be checked.
    So fix z in Z. It has a neighbourhood U_z such that U_z is evenly covered
    by finitely many open sets V_1,...,V_n and r, where r^-1(z) = {y_1,...,y_n}
    and each y_i is in V_i. Each V_i is mapped ...

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