Real analysis problem. If C is the cantor middle-third set, then C=C'
How would I prove this. I know that C' ={x: x is a limit point of C}. Also I can prove that C has no intervals, but has unaccountably many elements. Is each of those elements a limit point? Is that all I need to show? @jerico

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