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# Lines lying in a projective algebraic set

2017-10-12 03:31:36

I want to find all lines lying entirely in the projective algebraic set $XY-ZW=0$ in $\mathbb{P}^3$, where $X, Y, Z, W$ are homogeneous coordinates.

How can I do this?