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The Hodge Conjecture (Part 3)

Continuation of Part 2. Here I talk more about the projective plane, and how it gives a new perspective on familiar objects, such as conic sections. I also briefly talk about how algebra and geometry deal with more "rigid" objects, as opposed to the more flexible objects studied by topology and calculus (which I'll talk about in Part 4).
Length: 13:59


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