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    • CommentAuthorMarek897
    • CommentTimeMar 19th 2022
    I have that R be the set of complex polynomials in one variable, f(0) = f(1).
    We consider subset I_a of R consisting of polynomials vanishing at a point a∉{0,1} how I can prove that is it a prime ideal?
    and the set of polynomials vanishing at 0 and 1 why is also a prime ideal? How I can prove it?
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    • CommentAuthorDavidRoberts
    • CommentTimeMar 19th 2022

    Hi Marek,

    this is not a help or Q&A site, sorry! Perhaps you were looking for math.stackexchange? If you ask there, please look around first and see if your question is already answered, or, if not, see what is considered a good way to ask your question.

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