# affine algebraic group in a sentence

- An
*affine algebraic group* is called "'unipotent "'if all its elements are unipotent. - In marked contrast to
*affine algebraic groups* such as GL _ n ( k ), such groups are always commutative, whence the name. - The "'Lang Steinberg theorem "'states that if " F " is surjective and has a finite number of fixed points, and " G " is a connected
*affine algebraic group* over an algebraically closed field, then the Lang map is surjective. - It's difficult to find
*affine algebraic group* in a sentence.