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LECTURE 1. SYSTEMS OF ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS
Exercises.
1. For which elds k do the systems
n
X
S = cfw_ i (T1 , . . . , Tn ) = 0i=1,.,n , and S = cfw_
Tji = 0i=1,.,n
0
j =1
dene the same a ne algebraic
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Proof. Let us prove the rst part. If V is irreducible, then the assertion is obvious.
Otherwise, V = V1 [ V2 , where Vi are proper closed subsets of V . If both of
them are irreducible, the asserti
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Proof. Let f : X ! Y be a morphism. It denes a homomorphism
fO(X ) : Homk (O(X ), O(X ) ! Homk (O(Y ), O(X ).
The image of the identity homomorphism idO(X ) is a homomorphism : O(Y ) !
O(X ). Let u
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algebras: O(Y ) = k [T1 ] ! O(X ). Every such homomorphism is determined by
its value at T1 , i.e. by an element of O(X ). This gives us one more interpretation
of the elements of the coordinate al
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k as a subeld. Note that A is nitely generated as a k -algebra (because k [T ]
is). Suppose we show that A is an algebraic extension of k . Then we will be
able to extend the inclusion k K to a homo
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1, . . . , m(r), be the polynomials from I which have the highest coe cient equal
to ai,r . Next, we consider the union J of the ideals Jr . By multiplying a
polynomial F by a power of Tn we see tha
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Example 1.1. 1. The system S = cfw_0 k [T1 , . . . , Tn ] denes an a ne algebraic variety denoted by An . It is called the a ne n-space over k . We have, for
k
any k -algebra K ,
Sol(cfw_0; K ) = K
Lecture 1
Systems of algebraic equations
The main objects of study in algebraic geometry are systems of algebraic equations and their sets of solutions. Let k be a eld and k [T1 , . . . , Tn ] = k [T
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Next we shall show that the set of algebraic k -subsets in K n can be used
to dene a unique topology in K n for which these sets are closed subsets. This
follows from the following:
Proposition 2.7
Lecture 3
Morphisms of a ne algebraic
varieties
In Lecture 1 we dened two systems of algebraic equations to be equivalent if
they have the same sets of solutions. This is very familiar from the theory
Lecture 4
Irreducible algebraic sets and
rational functions
We know that two a ne algebraic k -sets V and V 0 are isomorphic if and only if
their coordinate algebras O(V ) and O(V 0 ) are isomorphic.
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X ! Y of algebraic varieties denes a map fK : X (K ) = V ! Y (K ) =
W of the algebraic sets. So it is natural to take for the denition of regular
maps of algebraic sets the maps arising in this way
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