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[tex]A \hookrightarrow B[/tex]

be a continuous inclusion map from A to B.

A, B are two topological spaces. [tex]A \subset B[/tex]

what can we say about the induced map between topological dual spaces

[tex]B^* \hookrightarrow A^* [/tex]?

is it continuous and injective?

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# Dual space topology

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