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3. For this example, it is enough to have an intuitive feeling for the dimension as it is visualized in the real picture of V (I). 1. 5. 2. Let A be a ring, I ⊂ A an ideal and f ∈ A. Prove that IAf ∩ A is the saturation of I with respect to f , that is, equal to I : f ∞ = {g ∈ A | ∃ n such that gf n ∈ I}. 3. Let (A, m) be a local K–algebra, K a ﬁeld, and I ⊂ A an ideal such that dimK (A/I) < ∞. Show that mn ⊂ I for some n. 4. Let A be a ring and J(A) the intersection of all maximal ideals of A, which is called the Jacobson radical of A.

10 (realization of rings). 3. Note that Singular sorts the monomials with respect to the monomial ordering, the greatest being ﬁrst. Hence, the position of 1 in the output shows which monomials are greater, respectively smaller, than 1. 1. 6. 2. Give one possible realization of the following rings within Singular: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Q[x, y, z], F5 [x, y, z], Q[x, y, z]/ x5 + y 3 + z 2 , Q(i)[x, y], i2 = −1, F27 [x1 , . . ,x10 , F32003 [x, y, z] x,y,z / x5 + y 3 + z 2 , xy , Q(t)[x, y, z], Q[t]/(t3 + t2 + 1) [x, y, z] x,y,z , (Q[t] t )[x, y, z], F2 (a, b, c)[x, y, z] x,y,z .

5) Every ideal in S −1 A is generated by the image of an ideal in A under the map j. Moreover, the prime ideals in S −1 A are in one–to–one correspondence with the prime ideals in A which do not meet S. 6. (1) A P is multiplicatively closed for any prime ideal P ⊂ A. The localization of A with respect to A P is denoted by AP and AP = a a, b ∈ A, b ∈ P b is called the localization of A at the prime ideal P . The set a a ∈ P, b ∈ P P AP = b is clearly an ideal in AP . Any element a/b ∈ AP P AP satisﬁes a ∈ P , hence, b/a ∈ AP and, therefore, a/b is a unit.