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Krull's intersection theorem says that:

Let $R$ be a Noetherian ring, I an ideal of $R$. Let $N = \cap_{n\geq 1}I^n$. Then $N = IN$.

Here are my questions:

(1) Do there exist a non-noetherian ring $R$ and ideals $I$ and $N$ such that $N = \cap_{n\geq 1}I^n$ but $N \neq IN$?

(2) Consider the question (1) in the case $(R, \frak m)$ is local ring and $I = \frak m$ is a finitely generated.

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(1) is a duplicate of mathoverflow.net/questions/71699/… –  user2035 Oct 6 '11 at 7:01
    
Thanks you very much. –  Pham Hung Quy Oct 6 '11 at 16:19

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