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September 11, 2021 5:53 pmpts 30 pts
Let S be an infinite subset of R such that S nQ = o which of the foliowing is true (a) Smust have a limit point which belongs to Q (b) Smust have a limit point which belongs to R/Q. (c) Scannot be a closed set in R. (d) R/Smust have a limit point which belongs to S.
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  • Prerna chaudhary
    okay
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  • Prerna chaudhary
    S is subset of R and S intersection rational is empty that means S does not contain any rational number , natural number,and integers form also so S will be the set of irrational n...
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  • Prerna chaudhary
    how can you say that intersection of same set is null
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  • Arpan pal
    If any query my answer then you can told me freely again.
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  • Arpan pal
    Option (d) is correct. Ans: S is the set of irrational numbers because S intersection Q is a empty set .If the set S is also a the set of irrational numbers and their intersection ...
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  • Navdeep Best Answer
    S is a set of irrational number because S intersection Q is null set.every real number is limit point of S bcz between any two real number infinite irrational numbers.limit point o...
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    Prerna chaudhary
    But given , Option d is correct
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