# Tagged Questions

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### When is there a polynomial transformation? [on hold]

First part: given $$\frac{P_1(x_1,x_2,\dots,x_n)}{P_2(x_1,x_2,\dots,x_n)}=\frac{P_3(f(x_1,x_2,\dots,x_n))}{P_4(f(x_1,x_2,\dots,x_n))}|\det (J(f(x_1,x_2,\dots,x_n)))|$$ where $P_i$ is polynomial ( that ...

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### Is it meaningful to work on convergencies, integration, etc. on the Zariski topology?

Since I have studied analysis as well as algebra recently, I am familiar to work on integrablities, and such concepts when I look at topologies. Currently, I am studying algebraic geometry, and I want ...

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### Real varieties with enough algebraic loops

Let $(X,\sigma)$ be a complex variety with complex conjugation (equivalently, an algebraic variety over $\mathbb R$).
We use the notations $X(\mathbb R):=X^\sigma$ for the set of fixed points of $X$ ...

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### Bounds on the largest root of a polynomial

Consider the following polynomial: $p(x)=x^{3}-(k-1)x^{2}-(2k-1)x+(k-1)^{2}$, where $k \geq 5$ is a fixed parameter. I am trying to find a strong lower bound on the largest root $x_{\max}$ of the ...

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### Analytic extension from a closed analytic subset

I have the following question: Let $\Omega \subset \mathbb{R}^{n}$ be an open set and consider $X \subset \Omega$ an analytic subset. By this I mean that there exists analytic functions ...

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### Do proper Zariski closed sets of algebraic sets have measure zero

This is a question related to another question I asked: here.
Say we induce a probability measure that is absolutely continuous with respect to to Lebesgue measure onto an irreducible real algebraic ...

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### When does a proper Zariski closed set have measure zero with respect to a conditional measure?

Assume we have a probability measure $\mu$ over $\mathbb{R}^d$ that is absolutely continuous with respect to Lebesgue measure.
Given $m$ polynomials $p_1,\ldots,p_{m}\in \mathbb{R}[x_1,\ldots,x_d]$ ...

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### Volumes of families of semialgebraic sets

Let $f_0(T),f_1(T) \in \mathbb R [T]$ be polynomials. Let $F(T,X):=X^2+f_1(T)X+f_0(T)$. Then the set $M(t):=\{x \in \mathbb R \mid F(t,x) \le 0\}$ is bounded. Its volume $V(t)$ is ...

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### If you perturb a polynomial by a smooth function, then is the signed number of small zeros of the perturbed equation the same as the lowest non zero derivative?

Let $f: \mathbb{C} \rightarrow \mathbb{C} $ be a function of the form
$$ f(z) = z^n + z^{n+ 1} g(z) $$
where $g$ is a $\textbf{smooth}$ function (not necessarily holomorphic).
Is it true that the ...

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### orderings of the field R((x, y))

I don't know much about the theory of ordered fields. But I know that, for the real fields
$\mathbb{R}(y)$, $\mathbb{R}((x))(y)$, and $\mathbb{R}((x))((y))$,
we can explicitly determine all the ...

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### On explicit eigenfunctions

Given an algebraic surface $S$ defined by an algebraic equation such
as $x^{4}+2y^{4}+3z^{4}=1$, how would one find the third smallest
eigenvalue $\mu_{3}$ for the differential equation $\Delta ...

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### implicit function theorem for algebraic sets

We know by the standard Implicit Function Theorem that
If $f:\mathbb R^4\rightarrow\mathbb
> R^2$ is a polynomial (or in fact any
continuously differentiable function),
then there is a ...

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### Taking “Zooming in on a point of a graph” seriously

In calculus classes it is sometimes said that the tangent line to a curve at a point is the line that we get by "zooming in" on that point with an infinitely powerful microscope. This explanation ...

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### Cohomology of Real algebraic Varieities

I understand Serre's GAGA theorem as saying that equations over algebraically closed fields can be studied equally from the algebraic and analytic points of view, at least with respect to cohomology.
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