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The former of these determines a rational maximal ideal M x of R and the latter a rational maximal ideal N Y of S. By Theorem 5, [M , N ] is a rational maximal ideal of x y R ®K S = R x K S. Suppose that I/> E [Mx' Ny] k R ®K S. The remarks of the last paragraph show that I/> (x, y) = O. Accordingly we obtain Lemma 5. Let the notation be as above. Then [M , N ] = {I/> II/> E R x K Sand I/> (x, y) x y =0} for all x E V and yEW. We concluje this section by applying our observations to prove Theorem 25.

Note that if f E K[Y] ~ K[y]L, then there is a unique member of L[y(L)] which becomes f when its domain is restricted to y. We call this the natural prolongation of f to y(L). Frequently the same letter is used for a member of K[Y] and its prolongation. Each member of L[y(L)] is a linear combination (with coefficients in L) of such prolongations. Theorem 29. Let the notation be as above. Then the affine topology on V is the same as the topology induced on it by the affine topology of V(L). Moreover the closure of y, in V(L), is y(L) itself.

10) which shows at once that (2. 3. B be ideals of R. B). Theorem 7. 10). 11). Note Proof. 3. ll) and Theorem 7 together show that Ra