By Andreas Gathmann

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Xn ) ∈ X ⇒ (λx0 , . . , λxn ) ∈ X. If X ⊂ Pn is a projective algebraic set, then C(X) := {(x0 , . . , xn ) | (x0 : · · · : xn ) ∈ X} ∪ {0} is called the cone over X (obviously this is a cone). 2. In other words, a cone is an algebraic set in An+1 that can be written as a (usually infinite) union of lines through the origin. The cone over a projective algebraic set X ⊂ Pn is the inverse image of X under the projection map An+1 \{0} → (An+1 \{0})/(k\{0}) = Pn , together with the origin. 3. ) Note that C(X) contains the two lines L1 and L2 , which correspond to “points at infinity” of the projective space P2 .

For every open subset U ⊂ Y define OY (U) to be the ring of k-valued functions f on U with the following property: for every point P ∈ Y there is a neighborhood V of P in X and a section F ∈ OX (V ) such that f coincides with F on U. (i) Show that the rings OY (U) together with the obvious restriction maps define a sheaf OY on Y . (ii) Show that (Y, OY ) is a prevariety. 9. Let X be a prevariety. Consider pairs (U, f ) where U is an open subset of X and f ∈ OX (U) a regular function on U. We call two such pairs (U, f ) and (U , f ) equivalent if there is an open subset V in X with V ⊂ U ∩U such that f |U = f |U .

This follows easily from the fact that Z( f ) = Z(x0d f , . . , xnd f ) for all homogeneous polynomials f and every d ≥ 0. 12. Let L ⊂ An+1 be a linear subspace of dimension k + 1; it can be given by n − k linear equations in the coordinates of An+1 . e. the subspace of Pn given by the same n − k equations (now considered as equations in the homogeneous coordinates on Pn ) is called a linear subspace of Pn of dimension k. Once we have given projective varieties the structure of varieties, we will see that a linear subspace of Pn of dimension k is isomorphic to Pk .