Construct a compact set of real numbers whose limit points form a
Yeah, I kind of remembered that a bit late...forget_f1 said:Note: A single point has no limit point, since
a limit point of a set A is a point p such that for any neighborhood of p
(ie Ball(p,r) , where p is the origin and r=radius can take any value >0)
there exists a q≠p where q belongs in B(p,r) and q belongs to A.
arildno said:Yeah, I kind of remembered that a bit late...
Finite sets are countable.