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November 27, 2014

November 27, 2014

Posted by **gemma** on Sunday, April 14, 2013 at 8:41pm.

Prove: For any closed set A in Y, f^-1(A) is closed in X (AKA f is continuous)

X and Y are metric spaces

f: X -> Y

f^-1 is f inverse.

closure(A) = A U limit points of A

The first line is Let C be a closed subset of Y. Then we have to show that f^-1(C) is closed in X.

I have made several attempts but nothing is working. Anyone have any ideas?

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