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# basic-defns - Basic Denitions Let S Rn and p Rn S is...

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Basic Definitions Let S R n . and p R n . S is bounded if it is contained in some ball in R n . S is a neighborhood of p if S contains some open ball around P . A point p is a limit point of S if every neighborhood of p contains a point q S , where q = p . If p S is not a limit point of S , then it is called an isolated point of S . S is closed if every limit point of S is a point of S . A point p S is an interior point of S if S contains a neighborhood of p . S is open if every point of S is an interior point of S . 1

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