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N) ). 1. But it easily follows from known results on induced maps of Postnikov sections that @* : [B(N),B(N)S § [B,B (N)] is bijective. Thus by assigning to any map - 27 B § B the induced map of N-th Postnikov sections B (N) § B (N) , we obtain a one-to-one correspondence [B,B] § [B(N),B(N)]. Since this bijection is compatible with the composition operation, the L~mma is proved. Clearly the homomorphism ~(B (n)) § ~(B (n-l)) obtained by restricting a map to a lower Postnikov section gives rise to a homomorphism Pn " 9 ~(B (n) ) § ~ ( B (n-I )) .
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