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At a non-critical point $x$ of $f$, the kernel of the $1$-form $\text{d}f$ is the tangent space to the surface $X := f^{-1}(f(x))$ at $x$; similarly, for a non-critical point $x$ of $g$, $\text{d}g_x$ has the tangent space of $Y := g^{-1}(g(x))$ at $x$ as its kernel. Putting both together, at non-critical points $x$ for both $f$ and $g$ the radical of the ...



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