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Q: A subspace not necessarily closed A subspace is a set of subsets of a set, the empty set is one example, $\Bbb R$ is an example of a subspace with a different set of subsets. I have heard that a subspace need not be closed, that is, we might be able to have a set $\mathcal A$ of sets which is not closed and also a set $\mathcal B$ which is not closed, that $\mathcal A\cap\mathcal B eq\emptyset$. Is this a practical problem? For example, is this a problem for most math texts? If it is a practical problem, is there a name for such spaces? A: It is not uncommon to have sets which are both closed and not closed. For example, $\mathbb{R}^2$ is both closed and not closed. The topologist’s sine curve is an example of a subset of $\mathbb{R}$ which is not closed. The intersection of two open sets is an open set. A set is not open if it is not the union of an open set with a closed set. So your definition is a little bit backwards. A subspace is closed if and only if it is the union of closed sets.

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Q: Order of a local ring Given the ideal $I \subseteq R$ and a prime ideal $P$ of $R$, the set $\{q\in R\,|\, qP\cap I eq\emptyset\}$ is called the order of $I$. My question is: How does this set relate to the order of $P$? More precisely, Is it true that $|R/P|\,|\,I:P|\,|\, I:I\cap J|$ or does $I:J$ have to be treated somehow differently? A: In a local ring, the order of a prime ideal $P$ is $P:I$ for some $I$ such that $I\subseteq P$ and $P\subseteq I$. This is proven in Hartshorne Proposition 7.2, in the section on prime ideals of a local ring, in the paragraph just after where he proves that if a prime ideal $P$ of a domain is a maximal ideal, then $P=P\cap R$ and $P:P\cap R=P$. The results you asked for follow from the fact that if $I$ is an ideal of the ring $R$ and $P$ is a maximal ideal of $R$, then the order of $I$ is $P:I$ (this is a theorem in commutative algebra). The order of an ideal $I$ is defined to be the set of maximal ideals $P$ of the ring $R$ such that $I\subseteq P$. To be sure this isn’t true, you need to say $P$ is a prime ideal. And the set of all prime ideals $P$ such that $I\subseteq P$ is the set of minimal prime ideals of the localization $R_I$, since $IR_P=PR_P$ and $(R_P)_M=R_M$. Q: Why does freemarker display Uncaught ReferenceError: MyModule is not defined in several places with grails? Im trying to use watson framework in a grails application. I’m trying to access the model classes from the com.ibm.watson.runtime.model package. I’ve added the following to the classpath

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