I'm having difficulty in proving that two spaces are homeomorphic; I understand the definition and such, but working out the details is not coming easy. For instance, our teacher asked us to prove that all convex open non-empty subsets of R^n are homeomorphic to R^n. How does one go about defining a both-ways continuous bijection in such broad terms? It just seems intractible to me, how can I make these types of problems more tractible?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Proving homeomorphisms?

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