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  • $\mathcal{Q} =$“locally of finite presentation”, $\mathcal{R} =$“flat and locally of finite presentation”, and $\mathcal{P} =$“flat”. See More on Morphisms of Spaces, Theorem 76.22.1 and Lemma 76.22.2. Note that here $W(\mathcal{P}, f)$ is always exactly the set of points where the morphism $f$ is flat because we only consider this open when $f$ has $\mathcal{Q}$ (see loc.cit.).

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