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    A Hausdorff space is said to be completely regular if
    for each pt. x in X and closed set C with x not in C,
    there exists a continuous function f: X --> {0,1} s.t.
    f(x)=0 and f(C)={1}.

    Show that if a space is normal, it is completely regular.
    How do I use Urysohn's lemma along with Hausdorffiness to show this.

    Thank You

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    Urysohn's Lemma: The topological space X satisfies T4 axiom if and only if for any nonintersected closed set A and B, there exists a continuous function f: X->[0,1], such that f(A)={0}, ...

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    This is a proof regarding regular and normal spaces. The expert examines Hausdorffiness lemmas.