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**Sheff****Member**- Registered: 2016-09-27
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Guys i need your help on this. I really do not know whether the solution for a bounded set works well with this as i have the solution to a bounded set.

Find, with proof, a subset of a real number that has only three limit points.

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How many limit points does the set have?How about ?

How would you use this information to construct an arbitrary number of limit points?

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