$K$ is an algebraically closed field.
The coordinate ring is isomorphic to $K[t^2,t^3]$, whose Krull dimension is of at most $2$(by an hint in the exercise without proof), but how to show it’s exactly $1$ ?
$K$ is an algebraically closed field.
The coordinate ring is isomorphic to $K[t^2,t^3]$, whose Krull dimension is of at most $2$(by an hint in the exercise without proof), but how to show it’s exactly $1$ ?