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U. Georgia

007 Kemeny Hall, 4 pm

Tea 3:30 pm, 300 Kemeny Hall

**Abstract: **
Let *K* be a field. Suppose that the algebraic variety is given by the set
of common solutions to
a system of polynomials in *n* variables with coefficients in *K*.
Given a solution *P*=(*a*_{1},...,*a _{n}*) of this system
with coordinates in the algebraic closure of

This talk will be accessible to graduate students.