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Let Then 1 is homogeneous of degree d. It is called the homogenization of f. In . d partIcular when Xo =I=- 0, f (xo, ... ,xn ) = xof (xdxo, X2/XO,'" ,xn/XO). If 8 c k n and J is the homogenization of the polynomials in J (8), then J defines a projective algebraic set P (8). In particular 8 = ()"[/ (P (8)). If an algebraic set 8 c k n has the property ()o (8) = P (8) we call 8 projectively closed. Definition: A polynomial f E R[XI' ... ,xnl is called overt if its homogenization (XO, .. , ,xn ) has no zeroes with Xo = 0 except for X = O.

Hence 1 gO (x) = 1 n I o djdt (gO (tXI, ... ,tXn,Xn+b··· ,xm )) dt = LXigi (x) i=1 where gi (x) = fo18g0j8xi (txl, ... ,txn , Xn+l, ... ,xm ) dt. Now just let V = (U) and Ui = giO-I. 0 o It would be very confusing if all these different types of blowups we have defined were different. Fortunately, for smooth blowups this is not the case, as the following Lemma shows. B (M, L) = ~ (M, ~ (L)). B (M, L) will always be given an algebraic structure. This saves us from having to distinguish notationally between topological and algebraic blowups.

Proof: By the inverse function theorem, we may pick a coordinate chart 0: U --+ M so that 0- 1 (L) = {x E U Xi = 0 for all i ~ n} and fiO(x) = Xi for all x E U and i = 1, ... ,n where U is some ball in Rm. Then gO (x) = 0 if Xi = 0 for all i ~ n. Hence 1 gO (x) = 1 n I o djdt (gO (tXI, ... ,tXn,Xn+b··· ,xm )) dt = LXigi (x) i=1 where gi (x) = fo18g0j8xi (txl, ... ,txn , Xn+l, ... ,xm ) dt. Now just let V = (U) and Ui = giO-I. 0 o It would be very confusing if all these different types of blowups we have defined were different.