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Classification of Tori of GL2, up to conjugation

Over an algebraically closed field $k$, every one-dimensional torus embedded (as a closed algebraic subgroup) into GL2 is diagonalisable, and the embedding is $t\mapsto (t^m,t^n)$ for some integers ...
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Is $k$-diagonalizable element in split maximal torus of $G(k)$?

let $k$ be any field of char 0. $G$ is split reductive algebriac group over k. Let p in G(k) be k-diagonalizable. Does there exist a split maximal torus of G(k) containing p? I know that is ture for ...
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Projective line as a quotient by a torus

Let $k$ be a field, and let $T$ an $n$-dimensional split torus over $k$. Let $X$ be a $k$-scheme with algebraic $T$-action. Solve for X: $$X / T \cong \mathbf{P}^1_k$$ (The quotient should be a ...
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a question about the isotropy subgroup of circle action on manifolds with isolated fixed point

Given a circle action on a closed, oriented smooth manifold $M^{2n}$ with isolated fixed points. My question is, does there always exist a point $p\in M$ such that the isotropy subgroup of $p$ is ...
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Lifting of torus action to line bundle

Let $\mathbb{P}(V) = \mathbb{P}(\mathbb C \oplus \mathbb C)$ be with a $\mathbb C^*$ action : $\lambda (u,v) = (u,\lambda v)$. There are two fixed points of this action, say $0$ and $\infty$. What ...
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Does there exist smooth circle action on manifolds M^{4n} with exactly three fixed points such that n\neq 1

I have a question in mind for some time. That is, does there exist a smooth circle action on a closed manifold $M^{4n}$ ($n\geq 2$) with exactly three fixed points? Remarks:(1) For n=1, the examples ...
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The scheme-theoretic flow-in locus

Let $R$ be a ring with an $\mathbb{N}\times\mathbb{Z}$-grading. The $\mathbb{N}$-grading allows you to construct the scheme $X = \operatorname{Proj} R$, and the $\mathbb{Z}$-grading defines an action ...
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Are schematic fixed points of a torus action on an affinized twistor deformation flat?

This is a follow-up to some earlier questions about flatness of schematic fixed points of certain deformations. Since I could never come up with good enough hypotheses in those examples, let me try a ...
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Are schematic fixed-points of a Cohen-Macaulay scheme Cohen-Macaulay?

I'm not sure how long this iterative questions can go on, but let me try again. Let's say $X$ is a Cohen-Macaulay scheme with an action of $\mathbb{G}_m$ (i.e. if $X$ is affine, a grading on the ...
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Under what hypotheses are schematic fixed points of a flat deformation themselves flat?

This is something of a follow-up question to this one; I hope people won't think this is a duplicate. At least in my head, it seems like a distinct enough question to merit a fresh start. All my ...
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Understanding the unreducedness of a subscheme supported on fixed points

EDIT: Based on comments, I've decided to essentially rewrite this question. My apologies to those who commented below, whose comments seem a bit off topic when you try to match them with the current ...
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Line Bundles on Torus Quotient

Suppose you have a scheme $X$ that is acted on by a torus $T$. Then the action induces a grading on the functions on $X$ by the character lattice of $T$. So for a fixed character $\lambda$, we can ...
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Hamiltonian S^1 actions with isolated fixed points

I have in mind the following question for some time. Is there an example of a compact symplectic manifold with a Hamiltonian S^1 action with isolated fixed points, that does not admit a compatible S^1 ...