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These are the only two occurrences of the spelling "finite-dimensional" with the
hyphen. At all other places the spelling "finite dimensional" is used.
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iblech authored and aisejohan committed May 31, 2017
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@@ -1280,15 +1280,15 @@ \section{Dimension theory of algebraic stacks}
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To put the first lemma in context,
we note that if $X$ is a finite-dimensional scheme, then since $\dim X$
we note that if $X$ is a finite dimensional scheme, then since $\dim X$
is defined to equal the supremum of the dimensions $\dim_x X$,
there exists a point $x \in X$ such that $\dim_x X = \dim X$.
The following lemma shows that we may furthermore take the point
$x$ to be of finite type.
\begin{lemma}
\label{lemma-dimension-achieved-by-finite-type-point}
If $X$ is a finite-dimensional scheme,
If $X$ is a finite dimensional scheme,
then there exists a closed (and hence finite type) point $x \in X$
such that $\dim_x X = \dim X$.
\end{lemma}

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