A survey of applications of the circle method to rational points
Given a number field k and a projective algebraic variety X defined over k, the question of whether X contains a k-rational point is both very natural and very difficult. In the event that the set X(k) of k-rational points is not empty, one can also ask how the points of X(k) are distributed. Are they dense in X under the Zariski topology? Are they dense in the set.
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