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Alan Huckleberry February 13, 2010
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Introduction
As we have seen in the last lectures it is convenient to regard an affine algebra
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Alan Huckleberry February 6, 2010
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Introduction
We will study the geometry of algebraic varieties X which are at least locally def
Lectures on algebraic geometry Jacobs 2010 Notes of lectures 7 and 8
Alan Huckleberry March 9, 2010
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Lectures on algebraic geometry Jacobs 2010 Notes of lectures 5 and 6
Alan Huckleberry February 28, 2010
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Introduction
In the previous lectures we discussed affine curves as ramified covers over the c
Lectures on algebraic geometry Jacobs 2010 Notes of lectures 18-19
Alan Huckleberry May 1, 2010
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Introduction
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Alan Huckleberry March 16, 2010
In the previous lecture we discussed curves of degree two, i.e., conics. Here we begin by consider
Lectures on algebraic geometry Jacobs 2010 Notes of lectures 20-22
Alan Huckleberry May 9, 2010
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Introduction and review
These lectures are mainly devoted to a very rough description the classificati
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Alan Huckleberry March 20, 2010
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