Metric space, Mathematics

Assume that (X, d) is a metric space and let (x1, : : : , xn) be a nite set of pointsof X. Elustrate , using only the de nition of open, that the set X\(x1, : : : , xn) obtained by removing every xi from X is open in X. (Sketch a picture to get some intuition!)

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