anonymous
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Is (a,b) open on R2
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anonymous
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i think its an open interval
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do you mean by open interval
anonymous
  • anonymous
to explain in detail: check this web mathworld.wolfram.com/OpenInterval.html

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anonymous
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OK THANKS
anonymous
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no prob
anonymous
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prathima are your asking from the stance of open and closed sets in a metric space?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ya
anonymous
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Can u tell me the answer of construct a component set of real numbers with a countable set of limit points
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is the compliment of (a,b) closed is \[\mathbb{R}^{2}\]?
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