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It sounds a strange question, we know that the measure theory is the modern theory while the topological spaces is the classical analysis (roughly speaking). And measure theory solves some problems in the classical analysis.

My first question is that right? Second, Is every measurable space a topological space?

Any more explanation will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance

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# Measurable spaces vs. topological spaces

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