By J. Rafael Sendra

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Pm . In this situation, C1 , C2 ∈ H(d, P1 + · · · + Pm ), and therefore H(d, P1 + · · · + Pm ) has positive dimension. But, if d ≥ 3, then d(d + 3) − d2 ≤ 0. 2 So the actual dimension and the expected dimension µ do not agree. We illustrate this reasoning by a speciﬁc example. 46 2 Plane Algebraic Curves 4 y2 –4 –2 2 x 4 –2 –4 Fig. 6. 61. Let us consider the projective cubics C1 and C2 deﬁned by the polynomials z 2 x − y 3 + 3yz 2, and z 2 y − x3 + 3xz 2 , respectively (see Fig. 6). The intersection points of the two cubics are the real points √ √ 5−1 − 5−1 : :1 , P2 = P1 = (0 : 0 : 1), 2 2 √ √ √ √ 5−1 − 5−1 5+1 − 5+1 P3 = : :1 , P4 = : :1 , 2 2 2 2 √ √ 5+1 − 5+1 P5 = : :1 , P6 = (2 : 2 : 1), 2 2 √ √ P7 = (−2 : −2 : 1), P8 = (− 2 : 2 : 1), √ √ P9 = ( 2 : − 2 : 1).

That is, one might expect the dimension of H(d, r1 P1 + · · · + rm Pm ) to be m µ = max −1, ri (ri + 1) d(d + 3) − 2 2 i=1 . 1) However, this number is only a lower bound, since these constraints may be dependent. 59. Let P1 , . . , Pm ∈ P2 (K), and r1 , . . , rm ∈ N. Then, for every d ∈ N, m ri Pi )) ≥ dim(H(d, i=1 d(d + 3) − 2 m i=1 ri (ri + 1) . 2 44 2 Plane Algebraic Curves m Proof. First, we observe that the theorem holds if d(d + 3) < i=1 ri (ri + 1). So let us assume that d(d+3) ≥ m i=1 ri (ri +1).

64, in order 50 2 Plane Algebraic Curves to prove the result for P1 + · · · + Pi we just have to show that there exists a point Q such that linear equation introduced by Q is linearly independent from the linear equations generated by the divisor P1 + · · · + Pi−1 . 64, we get rank(A(P1 , . . , Pi )) = max{rank(A(Q1 , . . , Qi )) | Q1 × · · · × Qi ∈ (P2 (K))i } = rank(A(P1 , . . , Pi−1 , Q)) = i. Now, take C ∈ H(d, P1 +· · ·+Pi−1 ) and Q ∈ P2 (K)\C; observe that H(d, P1 + · · · + Pi−1 ) = ∅.