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Apr
21
revised Is the preimage of the non-normal locus a divisor?
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Apr
21
asked Is the preimage of the non-normal locus a divisor?
Apr
20
comment Multiplicity of point as a zero of polynomial.
Also, how do you define $I_p(C,L)$?
Apr
19
answered Example such that $ f_1(x)$ is reducible but $f(x)$ is irreducible.
Apr
15
answered Show that a variety is irreducible
Apr
13
answered Residue class field of coordinate ring
Mar
19
comment Are unipotent algebraic groups connected?
this answer on mathoverflow strongly suggests that your argument is solid.
Mar
16
comment An isomorphism from $GL_{2}(\mathbb{F_{2}})$ to $S_{3}$
These two groups are not isomorphic. $\operatorname{GL}_3(\mathbb F_2)$ has at least $7$ elements, because there are $7$ nonzero vectors in $\mathbb F_2^3$. On the other hand, $S_3$ only contains $6$ elements.
Mar
16
answered Looking for a proof that the resultant is the product of the differences of roots
Mar
13
accepted Do rational functions separate points?
Mar
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
12
awarded  Revival
Mar
12
revised $\mathbb{G}_a$ or $\mathbb{G}_m$ as subgroups of Affine Algebraic Groups
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Mar
12
answered $\mathbb{G}_a$ or $\mathbb{G}_m$ as subgroups of Affine Algebraic Groups
Mar
12
answered Prove that for each $p \in Y$ the quotient field of $O_p$ is isomorphic to the field $K(Y)$.
Mar
11
comment Resolution of singularities of the determinant hypersurface
This is indeed a very nice resolution. I would have preferred an embedded one, but this is quite a nice start, so +1 and accept. Thanks!
Mar
11
accepted Resolution of singularities of the determinant hypersurface
Mar
11
comment Can a birational morphism surject from an affine to a projective variety?
+1 and accept, also thank you, this is a nice proof.
Mar
11
accepted Can a birational morphism surject from an affine to a projective variety?
Mar
10
answered The 2 Charts of “Blowing up the Origin in $\mathbb{C}^2$ ”