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Is on Let C i* i*E = E Moreover linear such be E = div(s) Then we have divisor ("5" m e a n s A dimension. T i* D E T*D that V = HO(c,~(D+9*A)) the e n d o m o r p h i s m where , equivalence). d. 2) ÷ 0 = x PX ii) A2(X) iii) p ( k e r 2 ~ x) iv) the m o r p h i s m Proof. i) = Im# + p(Px ) ; ~ Im~ We have n p(Px ) ; ~+p:A2(S)@AI(s)@Px to s h o w that there ÷ A2(X) exists is an i s o g e n y . 3. p*~* = f r. ]" m e a n s the (see hence [f r . j*e*(f find e') in G(X) . p*2e) AS , relations ker some diagram , A 2 (X) ]ij (~) - T * commutes.

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