If T and T' are topologies on X and T' is strictly finer than T, what can you say about the corresponding subspace topologies on the subset Y of X?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

See the thing is... I know that they CAN be finer but that's might not be for every case. because Y is JUST a subset of X. This does not necessarily mean finer or coarser.

How do i put this in terms of symbols in my proof?

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# Topologies Finer vs. Coarser

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