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The next theorem illustrates a geometric interpretation of saturation of ideals. Theorem 9 Let I be an ideal of R and g in R. Let ¯ n |ξ ∈ V(I) and g(ξ) = 0}. S = {ξ ∈ K Let J = I : g ∞ . Then V(J) is the smallest algebraic set containing S. Proof. It is straightforward to show that S ⊂ V(J). Let H be an ideal of R such that S ⊂ V(H). We √ to prove that V(J) ⊂ V(H). By Theorem 8 √ have we need only to show H ⊂ J. Assume that h ∈ (H), then h vanishes on S. Hence gh vanishes on V(I). Theorem 8 √ then implies that (gh)k ∈ I k for some k ∈ N.