When algebra meets geometry
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Abstract as follows: This talk is a gentle introduction to connections between algebra and geometry to nonmathematicians. Algebra and geometry are related in numerous ways but we will mainly focus on relations prevalent in the field of algebraic geometry, a field which overlaps with many parts of mathematics and also mathematical physics. The main distinguishing feature of algebraic geometry is that nearly everything is constructed using polynomial equations.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Philosophical Society series.
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