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    'Curly' Z and I - Affine algebraic sets

    I am reading Dummit and Foote on affine algebraic sets and wish to create posts refering to such objects.

    The notation for a subset Z(S) of affine space is a "curly" Z - see attachment - bottom of page 658.

    Also the notion for the unique largest ideal whose locus determines a particular algebraic set V is a 'curly' I - see attachment, third paragraph on page 660.

    Can someone please help me to use Latex to produce these symbols.

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    Re: 'Curly' Z and I - Affine algebraic sets

    \mathcal is what you want: \mathcal{Z}\mathcal{I}
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    Re: 'Curly' Z and I - Affine algebraic sets

    Thanks fobos3

    Appreciate the help

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