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Cubic threefold

Summary
In algebraic geometry, a cubic threefold is a hypersurface of degree 3 in 4-dimensional projective space. Cubic threefolds are all unirational, but used intermediate Jacobians to show that non-singular cubic threefolds are not rational. The space of lines on a non-singular cubic 3-fold is a Fano surface. Examples *Koras–Russell cubic threefold *Klein cubic threefold *Segre cubic
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