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Let A,B be closed non-empty subsets of a topological space X with AuB and AnB connected.

(i) Prove that A and B are connected.

(ii) Construct disjoint non-empty disconnected subspaces A,B cRsuch that AuB is connected.

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# Connected spaces in topology

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