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# Communications in Analysis and Geometry

## Volume 14 (2006)

### Number 5

### Dehn Filling of the "Magic" 3-manifold

Pages: 969 – 1026

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4310/CAG.2006.v14.n5.a6

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#### Abstract

We classify all the non-hyperbolic Dehn fillings of the complement of the chain link with three components, conjectured to be the smallest hyperbolic 3-manifold with three cusps. We deduce the classification of all non-hyperbolic Dehn fillings of infinitely many one-cusped and two-cusped hyperbolic manifolds, including most of those with smallest known volume.

Among other consequences of this classification, we mention the following:

· for every integer $n$, we can prove that there are infinitely many hyperbolic knots in S3 having exceptional surgeries ${n, n + 1, n + 2, n + 3}$, with $n + 1, n + 2$ giving small Seifert manifolds and $n, n + 3$ giving toroidal manifolds.

· we exhibit a two-cusped hyperbolic manifold that contains a pair of inequivalent knots having homeomorphic complements.

· we exhibit a chiral 3-manifold containing a pair of inequivalent hyperbolic knots with orientation-preservingly homeomorphic complements.

· we give explicit lower bounds for the maximal distance between small Seifert fillings and any other kind of exceptional filling.