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how can I prove that a circle it is not homeomorphic to a subset of [tex]R^n[/tex]

I can somehow, see that there isn't any homeomorphic application, for example between a circle in [tex]R^2[/tex] to a line, but how can I prove it?

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# Circle is not homeomorphic

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