A quartic plane curve is a plane curve of the fourth degree. It can be defined by a quartic equation:This equation has fifteen constants. However, it can be multiplied by any non-zero constant without changing the curve. Therefore, the space of quartic curves can be identified with the real projective space .

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• A quartic plane curve is a plane curve of the fourth degree. It can be defined by a quartic equation:This equation has fifteen constants. However, it can be multiplied by any non-zero constant without changing the curve. Therefore, the space of quartic curves can be identified with the real projective space . It also follows that there is exactly one quartic curve that passes through a set of fourteen distinct points in general position, since a quartic has 14 degrees of freedom.A quartic curve can have a maximum of: Four connected components Twenty-eight bi-tangents Three ordinary double points.
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• A quartic plane curve is a plane curve of the fourth degree. It can be defined by a quartic equation:This equation has fifteen constants. However, it can be multiplied by any non-zero constant without changing the curve. Therefore, the space of quartic curves can be identified with the real projective space .
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• Courbe quartique
• Curva cruciforme
• Curva quartica
• Kruiscurve
• Quartic plane curve
• Quàrtica cruciforme
• Wielomian stopnia czwartego
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