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Since hH1 does not belong to P, we obtain that not all of h+1,'" ,1m belong to P. This contradicts the definition of iH1' Thus, we obtain a sequence h 1, ... ,hm of polynomials verifying 1), 2) and 3). In order to show that (h1' ... ,h m) = (It, ... ,1m) it suffices to remark that, after a suitable reordering of the indices, the system of equations expressing the polynomials h's as K-linear combinations of the polynomials f's is upper triangular with 1's in the diagonal. Second Case: J ~ rad(It,··· ,1m).

The following Lemma will allow us to replace our original sequence h, ... ,1m with an other h l , ... t. J. g. [Bri, Tbeoreme 1], [CGH2, Proposition 3], [BrS, Lemma 0]. 4) Lemma. Assume that K is infinite and let h, ... ,1m define a complete intersection outside V(J). Then there exist polynomials h l , ... t. J 2) hl = h and lor all i, 2 $ i $ t, hj E (12, .. ). Moreover iTc ::f iTc' il k ::f k'. 4) If J 'l. rad(h, ... ,/0), then t = m and (hb ... , h m) = (h, ... ,1m). 5) II J ~ rad(h, ... 1m), then J ~ rad(h l , ...

Pn). (9) Si A 1, ... ,An - 1 sont des polynomes nuls ou homogenes de degres dn - di , Res(P1, ... , Pn- b Pn + n-1 L: Ai Pi ) = Res(P1, ... , Pn). i=l (JO) Si A est un corps, il existe une extension algebrique finie K de A, et des elements o)i) (i = 1, ... , d 1 ... dn - 1 ; j = 1, ... , n) de K tels que pour tout polynome Q homogene on ait: d1· .. d,,_1 Res(P1, ... ,Pn _ 1,Q)= II Q(o~i), ... ,o~»). i=l Si P 1, ... , Pn - 1 torment une suite reguliere, alors (o~i) : ... : o~») pour i de 1 d 1 ...