By Iain T. Adamson

This e-book has been referred to as a Workbook to make it transparent from the beginning that it isn't a traditional textbook. traditional textbooks continue via giving in every one part or bankruptcy first the definitions of the phrases for use, the strategies they're to paintings with, then a few theorems concerning those phrases (complete with proofs) and eventually a few examples and workouts to check the readers' knowing of the definitions and the theorems. Readers of this booklet will certainly locate the entire traditional constituents--definitions, theorems, proofs, examples and workouts yet no longer within the traditional association. within the first a part of the e-book should be discovered a brief evaluate of the elemental definitions of normal topology interspersed with a wide num ber of routines, a few of that are additionally defined as theorems. (The use of the notice Theorem isn't really meant as a sign of hassle yet of significance and usability. ) The workouts are intentionally now not "graded"-after the entire difficulties we meet in mathematical "real lifestyles" don't are available in order of hassle; a few of them are extremely simple illustrative examples; others are within the nature of educational difficulties for a conven tional path, whereas others are relatively tricky effects. No ideas of the workouts, no proofs of the theorems are integrated within the first a part of the book-this is a Workbook and readers are invited to aim their hand at fixing the issues and proving the theorems for themselves.

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Show that the half-disc topology is completely Hausdorff. Draw some pictures and show that if p and q are distinct then the closures of the d/3-balls round p and q do not meet (where d is the ordinary Euclidean distance between p and q). (5) The topology T and the space (E, T) are said to be regular if, for every point x of E and every T-closed subset A not containing x, there exist disjoint T -open sets U and V such that x E U and A ~ V . The topology T and the space (E ,T) are said to be T 3 if they are both T 1 and regular.

The topology T and the space (E ,T) are said to be T 3 if they are both T 1 and regular. 1 and vice versa. Vie have chosen to follow what appears to be the majority, confirmed in our choice by the result of Exercise 174. Exercise 155. Show that the half-disc topology on the upper half plane is not regular. Let p = (a, D) be a point of the horizontal axis, F the complement in E of Dip, 1). Show that F includes the union of the int ervals (a - 1, a) and (a, a + 1) on the axis and that every open set containing p meets this union.

All four parts of this Theorem follow by routi ne applica t ions of the definitions. The Corollari es are simple conseq uences , Corollary 1 = Exercise 115. A point x is ad here nt to a filter F if and only if there is a filter F I which includes F and converges to x . Corollary 2 = Exercise 116. Eve ry limit poi nt of a filter F is ad herent to F. Corollary 3 = Exercise 117. Eve ry ad herent poin t of an ultrafilter U is a limi t poin t of U. Let E be a set , F a filter on E , (E /, T I ) a to po logical space and f a mapping from E to E I .