I was just reading about the point of accumulation. Is it right in saying that given any sub-interval, that atleast one of these could contain ani infinite amount of points? Also why couldn't all the sub intervals contain an infinite amount of points? I came across the following: [tex] 0.a_{1}a_{2} [/tex] (where a1 and a2 are sub-intervals) must be the point of accumulation. I do not understand the following statement. Is it because its a decimal?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Homework Help: Point of Accumulation

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