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During this paper, the type of hypersurfaces in CP4 with an remoted singularity are studied. If the singularity is of sort Ak , lower than sure regulations of the measure of the hypersurfaces, a type as much as homeomorphism, that's a diffeomorphism at the nonsingular half, is got. Examples of cubic hypersurfaces with an A5 -singularity are developed.

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