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That's how I've written this down in my notes along with some more symbolic definition. If the set within M (say, A) is open would/could the interior also be the whole set?

Thanks. Just gettin' ready for my Analysis final.

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That's how I've written this down in my notes along with some more symbolic definition. If the set within M (say, A) is open would/could the interior also be the whole set?

Thanks. Just gettin' ready for my Analysis final.

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That's how I've written this down in my notes along with some more symbolic definition. If the set within M (say, A) is open would/could the interior also be the whole set?

Thanks. Just gettin' ready for my Analysis final.

You can likely answer this yourself. Think about A = [a,b] versus (a,b) in the reals.

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If the set within M (say, A) is open would/could the interior also be the whole set?

(a,b) is the largest open set contained in (a,b) so the answer to your question is yes.

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Awesome. At least I know if this question is on the test (yeah right), I'll be fine.

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