New PDF release: A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory (Graduate

By Michael Rosen, Kenneth Ireland

This well-developed, available textual content info the ancient improvement of the topic all through. It additionally offers wide-ranging assurance of important effects with relatively straightforward proofs, a few of them new. This moment version includes new chapters that supply an entire evidence of the Mordel-Weil theorem for elliptic curves over the rational numbers and an outline of modern development at the mathematics of elliptic curves.

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1 38 3. 11. More Projections Consider for a moment a subvariety Xc Y x P' where Y is an affine variety. Such a variety may be given as the zero locus of polynomials F(Wo , W1 ) homogeneous in the coordinates Wo , W1 on P', whose coefficients are regular functions on Y. The technique of elimination theory then tells us that the image Y of X under the projection map it,: Y x P l Y is the zero locus of the resultants of all pairs of such polynomials; in particular, it is a closed subset of Y. Next, suppose we have a subvariety X of Y x P2 and would like to make the same statement.

Tobe Generalize this to show that if (L i, j ) is any 2 x d matrix of linear forms on Pd such that for any (A i , 22) (0, 0) the linear forms {2. , d are independent, then the locus of [Z] E P d such that the matrix L i (Z) has rank 1 is a rational normal curve. 26. Other Rational Curves The maps vd involve choosing a basis for the space of homogeneous polynomials of degree d on P l . In fact, we can also choose any collection A0, , Am of linearly independent polynomials (without common zeros) and try to describe the image of the resulting map (if the polynomials we choose fail to be linearly independent, that just means the image will lie in a proper linear subspace of the target space Pm).

24. Verify the last statement. We can use this descri tion to see once again that there exists a unique rational normal curve through d + s oints in Pd no d + 1 of which are dependent. To do this, choose the subspaces Ai d-2 c= H be the span of the points , P, P. , for each value e P l , the hyperplanes Hi(2) intersec in a point p(A). The rational normal curve constructed in this way will necessarily. contain the d points Pi ; and given three additional points Pd +1, Pd + 2, and Pd+3 V116, can choose our parameterizations of the families of planes through the Ai so that the planes containing P - d-I-11 Pd+2, and Pd + 3 correspond to the values 2 = 0, 1, and CC E P l , respectively.

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