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In this way we construct an infinite strictly decreasing chain of closed subsets X X1 X2 · · · . We prove that there cannot be such a chain. Indeed, the ideals corresponding to the Xi would form an increasing chain AX AX1 AX2 · · · . But such an infinite strictly increasing chain cannot exist, since every ideal of the polynomial ring has a finite basis, and hence an increasing chain of ideals terminates. The theorem is proved. If X = Xi is an expression of X as a finite union of irreducible closed sets, and if Xi ⊂ Xj for some i = j then we can delete Xi from the expression.
Gl ). For this it is enough to recall that any ideal of k[T ] is finitely generated. Let G1 , . . , Gl be a basis of the ideal AX , that is, AX = (G1 , . . , Gl ). 2 Closed Subsets of Affine Space 27 Then obviously the equations G1 = · · · = Gl = 0 define the same set X and have the required property. It is sometimes even convenient to consider a closed set as defined by the infinite system of equations F = 0 for all polynomials F ∈ AX . Indeed, if (F1 , . . , Fm ) = AX then these equations are all consequences of F1 = · · · = Fm = 0.
A hypersurface X ⊂ An with equation f = 0 is irreducible if and only if the polynomial f is irreducible. Thus our terminology is compatible with that used in Section 1 in the case of plane curves. 6 A product of irreducible closed sets is irreducible. Proof Suppose that X and Y are irreducible, but X × Y = Z1 ∪ Z2 , with Zi X × Y for i = 1, 2. For any point x ∈ X, the closed set x × Y , consisting of points (x, y) with y ∈ Y , is isomorphic to Y , and is therefore irreducible. Since x × Y = (x × Y ) ∩ Z1 ∪ (x × Y ) ∩ Z2 , either x × Y ⊂ Z1 or x × Y ⊂ Z2 .