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Let [tex] f: X \rightarrow Y [/tex] be a function. The graph of f is a subset of X x Y given by [tex] G = {(x,f(x) | x \in X } [/tex]. Show that if f is continuous and Y is Hausdorff, then G is closed in X x Y.

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Is it saying that [tex] f: X \rightarrow Y = G [/tex] ?

Any tips on how to start?

Is it saying that [tex] f: X \rightarrow Y = G [/tex] ?

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