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March 29th, 2013, 03:50 AM   #1
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Ideal generated by elements

I'm currently reading Klaus Hulek "Elementary Algebraic Geometry" and I'm having trouble solving exercise 13 at page 60 I'll quote it: "Given the planes Y=V(x1,x2),X=V(x3,x4) in A4C show that the ideal I(X?Y) cannot be generated by two elements."
Can I have some directions towards solving this problem?
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