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This pairing respects the nondegenerate pairing filtrations and induces a 1 El χ Ε ® fc fe, where { £ r , dr) = {Er(B(A)), dr) is the Eilenberg-Moore spectral sequence of the reduced bar construction T$(A). 1). Theorem. Let X be a path-connected differentiable space, whose singular homology is of finite type. Let the d e R h a m theorem hold for a D G subalgebra A of Λ(Χ), which is augmented through a choice of a base point of X. 2) B(A)xF(Cj^k, which induces nondegenerate pairings Er(B(A)) χ r E ®k-+k, r > 1.

We will call such properties diagrammatic properties. V 3! 3 Fig. 7 Linear trees d o not suffice. F o r example, the property that A is linearly connected requires a nonlinear tree such as that shown in Fig. 8. ) V V 3 • <— · Fig. 8 Fig. 9 Fig. 10 PROPERTIES INVARIANT W I T H I N 3 V I V 59 EQUIVALENCE TYPES OF CATEGORIES I I I 0 3 V in V 1 • • I m m • · 1 • —• · • —• · I \/ 3 V 1 • —• · • • —• · 1 I in ι ι • 0 · Fig. 11 Given a CG-tree Γ with root R define the complementary tree Τ as that obtained by transposing V and 3.

Thus, / = 0 and jm(ßb) = 0. Thus ßb = 0 and Ker h = 0. I 3. Proof of Theorem Β We begin by recalling some definitions and elementary properties from group theory and fixing notation. = [y„(G), G] = For a group G, let y^G) = G and for 1 < n, yn+l(G) l 1 {bcb~ c~ \b G yn(G) and ceG}. Let yC0(G) = f]nG +z y„(G). The sequence + {y n(G)}, he Z , is the lower central series of G. For m < η, yn(G) is normal in y m(G); the constructions yn( ) and y m( )/y n( ) are natural with respect to homomorphisms of groups.

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