If $(R,m)$ is Noetherian, $P$ a prime ideal s.t. $R/P$ is 1 dim, then if $x\in R-P$, then rad$(x,P)=m$. I am looking to prove this statement but I am at a loss how to start. It's part of a proof that I am reading, but this statement appears without any further elaboration.
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