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[2:30pm] Suraj Panigrahy
 Description:
 DDT: Tuesday, 17th May, 2:30 pm – 4 pm
Venue : Ramanujan hall (tentative), Department of mathematics.
Title: Bezout's Theorem
Abstract: Named after Étienne Bézout, The Bezout's Theorem states that in
the Complex Projective Plane two polynomials curves(without any common
factors) intetsect at atmost mn points(counting multiplicity), where m, n
are the degrees of the two polynomials.
To prove this result, we will see basics of Algebraic Geometry and/or
Projective Geometry.
We have now a dedicated website where one can find the notes and resources
from the past meets and announcements of the upcoming meetings:
https://sites.google.com/view/rtag/
The next two weeks (i.e week starting from 23rd of May) there will be
another ATM school on `Representations of padic groups' happening at IIT
B.
https://www.atmschools.org/school/2022/ncmw/rpag
For the same, we will not have talks in our seminar during this period.


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