I am looking for an example of a primary decomposition of an ideal in a commutative noetherian ring, that isn't an UFD nor a dedekind domain and where the primary ideals in the decomposition is not equal to there radical ideals. That is, a good example on how to use the theory of existence and uniqueness of primary decomposition in Noetherian rings.
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