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I was wondering whether a non-empty dense set has any isolation points. From my understanding, when a set is dense you can always find a third point between two points that is arbitrarily close to them so any ball you "create" around a point will contain another point hence a non-empty dense set has no isolation points.

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# Quick question about dense sets

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