# Is algebraic geometry difficult?

1) Algebraic geometry is indeed vast and difficult. But don’t be discouraged: professors and experts only know parts of it and you would be surprised to discover how little they know outside of their narrow domain of expertise.

## What is algebraic geometry used for?

In algebraic statistics, techniques from algebraic geometry are used to advance research on topics such as the design of experiments and hypothesis testing [1]. Another surprising application of algebraic geometry is to computational phylogenetics [2,3].

## Why is it called algebraic geometry?

Algebraic geometry emerged from analytic geometry after 1850 when topology, complex analysis, and algebra were used to study algebraic curves. An algebraic curve C is the graph of an equation f(x, y) = 0, with points at infinity added, where f(x, y) is a polynomial, in two complex variables, that cannot be factored.

## Is algebraic geometry algebra or geometry?

Algebraic geometry applies commutative algebra to sets described by algebraic equations. It gives information about the shape of such sets. As its name implies, it uses both algebra and geometry. It might be better to say it uses algebraic techniques to answer geometric questions.

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## [KEY]Who is the father of algebraic geometry?[/KEY]

Alexander Grothendieck

Alexander Grothendieck
Alma mater University of Montpellier University of Nancy
Known for Renewing algebraic geometry and synthesis between it and number theory and topology List of things named after Alexander Grothendieck
Awards 1966 Fields Medal 1977 Émile Picard Medal 1988 Crafoord Prize (declined)
Scientific career

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## What do you study in algebraic geometry?

Modern algebraic geometry begins with the study of schemes, and there it is important to have a thorough understanding of localisation, local rings, and modules over them. A scheme is a space which is locally isomorphic to an affine scheme, and an affine scheme is essentially the same thing as a commutative ring.

## Is algebraic geometry active?

Now, Algebraic Geometry is one of the oldest, deepest, broadest and most active subjects in Mathematics with connections to almost all other branches in either a very direct or subtle way.

## Is algebraic topology hard?

Algebraic topology, by it’s very nature,is not an easy subject because it’s really an uneven mixture of algebra and topology unlike any other subject you’ve seen before. However,how difficult it can be to me depends on how you present algebraic topology and the chosen level of abstraction.

## Is geometry part of algebra?

Difference Between Algebra and Geometry

Algebra Geometry
Algebra does not use angles or degrees. Measurements consist of determining the degrees or radians o.f angles, areas, perimeters and points.
Algebra has to do with equations and formulas Geometry has to do with objects and shapes.

## What are the different types of geometry?

The most common types of geometry are plane geometry (dealing with objects like the point, line, circle, triangle, and polygon), solid geometry (dealing with objects like the line, sphere, and polyhedron), and spherical geometry (dealing with objects like the spherical triangle and spherical polygon).

## Is algebra an abstract?

Modern algebra, also called abstract algebra, branch of mathematics concerned with the general algebraic structure of various sets (such as real numbers, complex numbers, matrices, and vector spaces), rather than rules and procedures for manipulating their individual elements.

## What is number theory?

Definition: Number theory is a branch of pure mathematics devoted to the study of the natural numbers and the integers. It is the study of the set of positive whole numbers which are usually called the set of natural numbers.

## How many types of math are there?

There are 5 main branches of mathematics, i.e. Algebra, Number Theory, Arithmetic and Geometry.

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## [KEY]What is the formula of geometry?[/KEY]

List of Geometry Formulas

SHAPES FORMULAS
2. Triangle Perimeter, P = a + b + c Area, A = ½ bh Height, h = 2(A/b) Where, a,b,c are the sides of a triangle.
3. Rectangle Perimeter = 2(l + w) Area = lw Diagonal, d = √(l2 + w2) Where, l = length of a rectangle w = width of a rectangle

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