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01hw
School: Reed College
Course: MATH 411
HW 1, due Friday, February 8 Math 411 1. Prove the first clause of Prop. 1.7 in the topology handout. 2. Prove Prop. 1.9 in the topology handout. 3. Give the simplest example of a topological space that is not Hausdorff. 4. Let X and Y be disjoint...

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School: University Of Texas, San Antonio
Course: MATH 312
MATH 431/531, HW 1 Problems from Topology by Munkres (as numbered in the second edition): Section 13, problems 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8. Section 16, problems 2, 3, 6. Which of the nine topologies listed in Figure 12.1 is an order topology? (That ...

HW 6 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 6 (1) P102, 18 Proof. Let the ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 6 (1) P102, 18 Proof. Let the ...

Sect 03 Closed  MAT 327  S14
School: University Of Toronto
Course: MATHEMATIC MAT327
... 1 So Far ... So far we have seen a couple examples of topological spaces (R with the usual topology, discrete topol hey, why am I listing them? ... For example, we want to know In R (with the usual topology), is 7 close to the set (1,7)? ...
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HW 6 Solutions
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: MATH 142
MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 6 (1) P102, 18 Proof. Let the ... MATH 142: ELEMENTARY ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY SOLUTION 6 (1) P102, 18 Proof. Let the ...

Solution  A1  MAT 327  S14
School: University Of Toronto
Course: MATHEMATIC MAT327
... [C.1] Let (X,T ) be a topological space, and let f : X −→ Y be an injection. Is U := {f[A] : A ∈T } a topology on the range of f? ... Thus we have shown that U is a topology on ran(f). [C.2] Let (X,T ) and (X,Γ) be topological spaces. ...

topologies
School: Northwestern University
Course: MATH 3441
Josiah Oh Topology Assignment 2 21 January 2015 16.1 Show that if Y is a subspace of X, and A is a subset of Y , then the topology A inherits as a subspace of Y is the same as the topology it inherits as a subspace of X. Proof. ...

Homework B Solutions on Topology
School: The University Of Oklahoma
Course: MATH 5853
Math 5853 homework solutions 36. A map f : X → Y is called an open map if it takes open sets to open sets, and is called a closed map if it takes closed sets to closed sets. For example ...
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01hw
School: Reed College
Course: MATH 411
HW 1, due Friday, February 8 Math 411 1. Prove the first clause of Prop. 1.7 in the topology handout. 2. Prove Prop. 1.9 in the topology handout. 3. Give the simplest example of a topological space that is not Hausdorff. 4. Let X and Y be disjoint...

hw1
School: University Of Texas, San Antonio
Course: MATH 312
MATH 431/531, HW 1 Problems from Topology by Munkres (as numbered in the second edition): Section 13, problems 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8. Section 16, problems 2, 3, 6. Which of the nine topologies listed in Figure 12.1 is an order topology? (That ...

Sect 03 Closed  MAT 327  S14
School: University Of Toronto
Course: MATHEMATIC MAT327
... 1 So Far ... So far we have seen a couple examples of topological spaces (R with the usual topology, discrete topol hey, why am I listing them? ... For example, we want to know In R (with the usual topology), is 7 close to the set (1,7)? ...

Solutions8
School: University Of Texas, San Antonio
Course: MATH 312
... There is such a map. Notice that R ω = ∞ J n=1 [−n,n]n By a previous problem, there exists a continuous map from I to each of these [−n,n]n. By a patching method similar to problem 2, these can be combined into a continuous surjective m...
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Exam 2 Practice Solutions
School: Carnegie Mellon University
Course: 21 127
... Consider (X product topology generated by B = fU Y; Tp ) where Tp is the V : U 2 TX ; V 2 TY g Dene f : (XY; Tp ) ! (X; TX ) by f (x; y). ... Consider (X ! Y,,*) where ,* is the product topology generated by + φ.U ! V : U ( ,$,V ( ,% / ...

Topology Study Guide
School: Carnegie Mellon University
Course: 21 127
Let X be a set. A topology T on X is a collection of subsets of X satisfying ; and X both belong to T If U 2 T for all 2 S; then If U1 ; : : : ; Un 2 T then n T i=1 S 2S U 2 T . (T is closed under arbitrary unions.) Ui 2 T . (T is closed under nit...

Final Exam Solution Fall 2013 on Toplogy I
School: The University Of Oklahoma
Course: MATH 5853
Final Exam Solutions Topology I (Math 5853) 1. Let R/ be the set R with the topology given by the basis B = {[a, b)  a < b and a, b ∈ Q}. Determine the closures of the following sets in R/: (a) A = (0, √ 2) (b) B = ( √ 2,3) Solution. ...

Exam 2 Practice
School: Carnegie Mellon University
Course: 21 127
... Consider (X product topology generated by B = fU Dene f : (XY; Tp ) where Tp is the V : U 2 TX ; V 2 TY g Y; Tp ) ! (X; TX ) by f (x; y). ... Consider (X ! Y,&') where &' is the product topology generated by % φ(U ! V : U $ &a...