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## Homework Statement

Give an example and prove there is a set with a countable infinite set of accumulations points.

## Homework Equations

An example would be s = {k + 1/n l k element integers, n element natural numbers}

integers are countable infinitie a bijection exists with natural numbers

Def: Let S be a set of real numbers. A, element reals, is an accumulation point iff every neighborhood of A contains infinitely many elements of S.

Def: Let x element reals. Then a set Q, subset Reals, is called a neighborhood of x iff there exists epsilon > 0 such that (x -e, x + e) is a subset of Q.

## The Attempt at a Solution

I've spent hours and don't know how to start to prove this. Would appreciate any help!