Canonical injection of the subspace topology
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I have documented the canonical injection on the subspace topology page and mentioned its use there, this page however is supposed to contain more information, like two proofs of continuity (one directly, one as a corollary to the characteristic property of the subspace topology
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Definition
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 See the definition part of the subspace topology page  bottom 2 paragraphs cover it
We claim here it is continuous and elaborate on the note left on that page.
Note it is an example of an inclusion map and some authors will probably call it by that name. [ilmath]\hookrightarrow[/ilmath]s may be used.
Proofs of continuity
1. Directly
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Easy, did on paper, it is easy. Haven't found reference but to be fair I think it goes on unstated
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2. As corollary to characteristic property of the subspace topology
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Easy, see page 52, corollary 3.9 in Lee's manifolds if stuck (shouldn't be stuck)
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References
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