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14) √ Finally, since |rj | ≤ 2 q for each j, we also have |b| = |r1 r2 r3 r4 | ≤ 16q2 and |a| = | 4j=1 b/rj | ≤ 32q3/2 . A computer search done with these bounds shows that polynomials of the form (14) with four real roots and q ∈ {2, 3, 4, 5, 7} only exist for q ≤ 3, which proves the corollary. ) T −4T −9T +47T −32 ( ) 4 3 2 ⎪ ⎩ T 4 −4T 3 −9T 2 +46T −29 ( ) . ) The nodal cubics of Sect. 5, defined over F2 and F3 , correspond to the polynomials T 4 − 3T 3 − 6T 2 + 24T − 15 and T 4 − 4T 3 − 9T 2 + 47T − 32, respectively.

T 5 , hence by the numbers N1 (X), . . , N5 (X). The direct computation of these numbers is possible (with a computer) when q is small (see Sect. 5 for examples), but the amount of calculations quickly becomes very large. We will explain a method for computing directly the numbers M1 (X), . . , M5 (X). It was first introduced in [5] and uses a classical geometric construction which expresses the blow up of X along a line as a conic bundle. It is valid only in characteristics = 2 and requires X to contain an Fq -line L.

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