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    Math 538 Commutative Algebra Homework 1 Name: Zhaoning Yang September 4, 2013 Problem 1 Let R be a ring, if I, J, J are ideals in R, prove that I J J implies that either I J or I J . If P is a prime ideal in R, then show that I J, I J , or I P . Solution:

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