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I, Chapter 5]) frational maps ' W X ! Am and ˚ rational maps ' W X ! X /. The preceding remarks are summarized in the following definition. 2. A rational map ' W X ! X /, i D 1; : : : ; m C 1, such that 38 Chapter 2. x/ ¤ 0 for at least one index i. '/. '// W , ' W X ! W is a rational map between the two algebraic sets X and W . As in the affine case, we shall say that ' W X ! '//. f1 ; : : : ; fmC1 / W X ! P m is a rational map then there is an D PXmi P m is a morphism: it open subset U X such that 'jU W U !
K be a polynomial function defined on all of W . g/ D g B . We show that g B 2 KŒX . To see this it suffices to note the following facts. x/ and fj the class of Fj in KŒX, j D 1; : : : ; m. w/ for all w 2 W (so that g is the class of G in KŒW ). f1 ; : : : ; fn /. x/: is a K-algebra homomorphism, Thus g B 2 KŒX . It is then easy to see that and this proves (1). To prove (2), we consider the class tj of the coordinate Tj in Am as a function on W . tj / D Âj , j D 1; : : : ; m. x// for all x 2 X .
The following fundamental theorem holds. We propose here a quick proof (of statement (1)) which is due to Kaplansky and which we heard from P. Ionescu. For further details and complete proofs see, for instance, the two texts of Reid ,  or Shafarevich’s book . 2 (Hilbert Nullstellensatz). Let K be an uncountable algebraically closed field (in particular K D C). P / of all polynomials that vanish at P ). Proof. Write B D KŒY1 ; : : : ; Yn =m, with m a maximal ideal of KŒY1 ; : : : ; Yn .
Algebraic geometry 04 Linear algebraic groups, invariant theory by A.N. Parshin (editor), I.R. Shafarevich (editor), V.L. Popov, T.A. Springer, E.B. Vinberg