|May11-12, 05:09 PM||#1|
What is the difference between an associated prime and an embedded prime?
Consider C[x,y]/<x2, xy>.
The primary decomposition of < x2, xy > is <x> [itex]\cap[/itex] <x,y>2, and is this also an associate & an embedded prime?
What is the geometry behind Z(<x2, xy>) in C2?
One last question: if a curve or a surface is intersecting itself, is this curve or surface called embedded curve/surface?
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