INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY-page85

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81 number of connected components of the corresponding K -set equals the number of distinct roots of F ( Z ) in K . Corollary 9.6. Assume k is a perfect field. Let V be a projective algebraic k -set, n = # π 0 ( V ) . Then there is an isomorphism of k -algebras O ( V ) = k 1 . . . k n where each k i is a finite field extension of k . Moreover n X i [ k i : k ] = #¯ π 0 ( V ) . In particular, if V is connected as an algebraic K -set, O ( V ) = K . Proof. Let V 1 , . . . , V n be connected components of V . It is clear that O ( V ) = O ( V 1 ) . . . ⊕O ( V n ) so we may assume that V is connected. Let f ∈ O ( V ) . It defines a regular map f : V A 1 ( K ) . Composing it with the inclusion A 1 ( K ) ± P 1 k ( K ) , we obtain a regular map f 0 : V P 1 k ( K ) . By Theorem 9.1 , f ( V ) = f 0 ( V ) is closed in P 1 k ( K ) . Since f ( V ) A 1 k ( K ) , it is a proper closed subset, hence finite. Since V is connected, f ( V ) must be connected (otherwise the pre-image of a connected component of
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