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Topic: From Jordan's Curve theorem to Jordan-Schoenflies theorem?
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Paul

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From Jordan's Curve theorem to Jordan-Schoenflies theorem?
Posted: Jul 23, 2013 11:27 AM
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I learned this proof of Jordan's Curve theorem which has Brouwer's theorem as a prerequisite: www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~aar/jordan/maehara.pdf

I would now like to learn a proof of the Jordan-Schoenflies theorem.

Does anyone know of any proof of Jordan-Schoenflies which assumes the Jordan Curve Theorem?

Although there are proofs of Jordan-Schoenflies on the web, I'm hoping for a proof which uses JCT so that my time spent learning JCT won't be wasted.

Thank You,

Paul Epstein



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