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Broadly speaking, a “hypersurface” is a higher-dimensional analogue of a surface. Typically the term is used in generalization of curves and surfaces that are embedded into an ambient Cartesian space/Euclidean space – such as is the case for iso-hypersurfaces – and used in this sense the notion is essentially synonymous to that of a submanifold.
In algebraic geometry, a hypersurface is a codimension 1 subvariety.
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