- Discrete Math
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Let f: X --> Y be a continuous map. Let A (SYMBOL) C.
Show that, if (FUNCTION1) is closed, then (FUNCTION2).
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First, I claim that .
Since , then . From the condition, we know is closed, this means that . But ...
Let f: X --> Y be a continuous map. This is a proof if the function is closed.