Description: $k[x,y]/(x^2, xy)$ where $k$ is a countably infinite field.

Notes: The zero ideal is not primary, but it satisfies the false naive definition of primary as being $xy\in I$ implies $x^n\in I$ or $y^n\in I$.

Keywords polynomial ring quotient ring

Reference(s):

- H. C. Hutchins. Examples of commutative rings. (1981) @ Example 24 p 60
- I. Kaplansky. Commutative rings. (1974) @ Exercise 6 p 102

Known Properties

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Name | Measure | |
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cardinality | $\aleph_0$ | |

composition length | left: $\infty$ | right: $\infty$ |

Krull dimension (classical) | 1 |

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