Affine Algebraic Varieties
Algebraic geometers study zero loci of polynomials. More accurately, they study geometric objects, called algebraic varieties, that can be described locally as zero loci of polynomials. For example, every high school mathematics student has studied a bit of algebraic geometry, in learning the basic properties of conic sections such as parabolas and hyperbolas.
KeywordsAlgebraic Geometry Irreducible Component Algebraic Variety Zariski Topology Euclidean Topology
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