Lemma 37.66.3. The property of being an ind-quasi-affine morphism is stable under composition.

Proof. Let $f : X \to Y$ and $g : Y \to Z$ be ind-quasi-affine morphisms. Let $V \subset Z$ and $U \subset f^{-1}(g^{-1}(V))$ be quasi-compact opens such that $V$ is also quasi-separated. The image $f(U)$ is a quasi-compact subset of $g^{-1}(V)$, so it is contained in some quasi-compact open $W \subset g^{-1}(V)$ (a union of finitely many affines). We obtain a factorization $U \to W \to V$. The map $W \to V$ is quasi-affine by Lemma 37.66.2, so, in particular, $W$ is quasi-separated. Then, by Lemma 37.66.2 again, $U \to W$ is quasi-affine as well. Consequently, by Morphisms, Lemma 29.13.4, the composition $U \to V$ is also quasi-affine, and it remains to apply Lemma 37.66.2 once more. $\square$

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