# How Good Are You In Algebraic Geometry

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 129  Settings  • 1.
The fundamental objects of study in Algebraic Geometry are
• A.

Algebraic Varieties

• B.

Algebraic Functions

• C.

Polynomial Equation

• D.

• 2.
A point of the place belongs to an Algebraic curve if it's coordinates Satisfy a given
• A.

Polynomial Equation

• B.

Polynomial expression

• C.

Regular functions

• D.

Affine space

• 3.
A natural class of functions on an Algebraic set is called
• A.

Rational

• B.

• C.

Regular functions

• D.

Polynomial Equivalent

• 4.
Just as with the Regular functions on Affine space, the regular functions on V forms a ring called
• A.

Functional Ring

• B.

Rationality

• C.

Birational

• D.

Coordinate Ring

• 5.
As regular maps make the collection of all Affine algebraic set into a  category this regular maps are known as
• A.

Valencies

• B.

Morphisms

• C.

Coordinate Rings

• D.

Affine maps

• 6.
If there are two rational functions between two Affine Varieties which are inverse to each other in the region where they are both define. It is said to be
• A.

Rational variety

• B.

Morphisms

• C.

Irrationale

• D.

Birationally Equivalent

• 7.
An Affine Variety is a rational Variety if it is birationally Equivalent to
• A.

Polynomial Equation

• B.

Affine space

• C.

• D.

Equivalency

• 8.
Expressions containing a number of like terms can be simplified by
• A.

Bracketing them

• B.

Dividing Through

• C.

Multiplying Through

• D.

Grouping them together

• 9.
Algebraic Expression can be simplified by Grouping like terms, Removing Brackets and
• A.

Expanding Bracket

• B.

Enclosing Bracket

• C.

Frequency

• D.

Dividing Through

• 10.
What is important when substituting values into an Algebraic?
• A.

Order of operation

• B.

Manner of approach

• C.

Fast Approach

• D. Back to top