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comment which homogeneous polynomials split into linear factors?
@Fernando: Can't we view the set of completely reducible homogeneous polynomials of degree n in d variables as the image of the multiplication map sending (P(S1))n to P(Sn), where S=C[x0,…,xd−1]? The image of this morphism should be a projective subvariety of P(Sn), in particular it is a Zariski-closed set. The affine cone over this subvariety gives the affine variety that Jeurgen described.
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