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1. In this table we denote the singularities of C as follows: P1± := (1 : ±i : 0), P2 := (0 : 0 : 1), P3± := P4± := ± 1 1 ± √ : :1 , 3 2 3 1 1 : : 1 , P5 := (0 : 1 : 1), Pα± := (±1 : α : 1) 2 2 24 2 Plane Algebraic Curves All these singular points are ordinary, except the aﬃne origin P2 . Factoring F over C we get F (x, y, z) = (x2 + y 2 − yz)(y 3 + yx2 − zx2 )(y 4 − 2y 3 z + y 2 z 2 − 3yzx2 + 2x4 ). Therefore, C decomposes into a union of a conic, a cubic, and a quartic (see Fig. 1). Furthermore, P2 is a double point on the quartic, a double point on the cubic, and a simple point on the conic.
7) Let C1 , . . , Cr and D1 , . . , Ds be the irreducible components of C and D respectively. Then r s multP (C, D) = multP (Ci , Dj ). , the intersection multiplicity does not depend on the particular representative G in the coordinate ring of C. Proof. We have already remarked above that the intersection multiplicity is independent of a particular linear change of coordinates. Statements (1), (2), and (4) can be easily deduced from the deﬁnition of multiplicity of intersection, and we leave them to the reader.
Alternatively, we may use the fact that the degree of the mapping is the cardinality of a generic ﬁbre. Those points where the cardinality of the ﬁbre does not equal the degree of the mapping are called ramiﬁcation points of the rational mapping. 16 in [Har95]). 43. Let φ : W1 → W2 be a dominant rational mapping between varieties of the same dimension. There exists a nonempty open subset U of W2 such that for every P ∈ U the cardinality of the ﬁbre φ−1 (P ) is equal to degree(φ). Thus, a direct application of this result, combined with elimination techniques, provides a method for computing the degree.