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 More Discussion of Section 17 limit point · closed set · closure
 Similarly, there are two ways to define the closure of a set, and we can prove a Suppose (X, T ) is a topological space, A ⊆ X, and x ∈ X.
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 §3: ALTERNATIVE CHARACTERIZATIONS OF TOPOLOGICAL
 Conversely, given such a family of subsets of X, then taking the open sets as the complements of each element in this family, we get a topology. 0.2.
 math.uga.edu
 Notes on Introductory PointSet Topology
 Notes on Introductory PointSet Topology. Allen Hatcher. Chapter 1.
 www.math.cornell.edu
 Extended Real Intervals and the Topological Closure of Extended
 Topological Closure of. Extended Real Relations. Introduction.
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 3.2 Open and Closed Sets
 TOPOLOGY OF THE REAL LINE Having defined open and closed sets, it is natural to ask what open and .
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 Closure (topology)  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 The closure of a set S is the set of all points of closure of S.
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 Closed set  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Set Closure  from Wolfram MathWorld
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 Closure of a Set
 Let (X,T) be a topological space and A is a subset of X, then the closure of A is the intersection of all closed sets containing A or all closed super set of A.
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 Notes on Introductory PointSet Topology
 Notes on Introductory PointSet Topology. Allen Hatcher. Chapter 1.
 www.math.cornell.edu
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