unirational variety

An algebraic variety XX over a field kk is unirational if there is a dominant rational map of varieties f:P k nXf : P^n_k \dashrightarrow X. The class of unirational varieties is a natural generalization of a class of rational varieties. Usually, it is much easier to decide if a variety is unirational or not, than it is to decide whether or not it is rational.

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