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Aries et al. 2. List of the covariants presented in the paper. ∂0 f0 1 ∂0 f1 Φ1 = 8 ∂0 f2 ∂0 f3 ∂1 f0 ∂1 f1 ∂1 f2 ∂1 f3 ∂2 f0 ∂2 f1 ∂2 f2 ∂2 f3 y0 y1 . 12) ∂ Here ∂i stands for dx . i This covariant Φ1 has degree 3 and type Pol3 (C3 , (C4 )∗ ). The geometric object associated to Φ1 (f ) is a parameterization of the dual surface to S(f ). Plane spanned by the image of a line. Consider a generic line L in CP2 , given by an equation λ(x) = λ0 x0 + λ1 x1 + λ2 x2 = 0. 13) Its image under f is a conic in CP3 , spanning a plane, that is an element of (CP3 )∗ .

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As a consequence, it deﬁnes a function on U. 3 shows its values. 3. Discrimination between the orbits. It is already an interesting result that the inertia of one quadratic form attached to f is enough to discriminate between the six orbits in U. Now, we want to go further and deﬁne the orbits by equations and inequalities. For this we introduce the characteristic polynomial of M (f ): det(t · I − M (f )) = t3 + A1 (f ) t2 + A2 (f )t + A3 (f ). 34) Any condition on the inertia can be translated into equations and inequalities involving the coefﬁcients of Ai (f ).