geometry
1983
number
chapter
particularities
6-23
en
cubic curve
section two
first section
conjecture
In the first section the Weil conjectures for non-singular primals are stated and several examples are given. Particularities for curves are described in section two. The remaining sections are devoted to elliptic cubic curves. In particular, the number of points that a cubic can have is precisely given, as well as the number of inequivalent curves with a fixed number of points.
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The weil conjectures in finite geometry
number of points
primals
point
false
two
cubic
curves
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Weil conjectures
example
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Louis Reynolds Antoine