Then F becomes inner when extended to B.
The conclusion of Theorem 3 becomes false if this requirement is omitted.
When h is in H, the integral formula becomes Af=......
It becomes impracticable to compute the zeros of F for degrees greater than 6; in any event, deciding whether the divisors found in this way represent irreducible curves becomes increasingly difficult.
Indeed, as n increases, it becomes increasingly rare for a manifold to be a hyperplane section of another projective manifold.