Math Help - Basic topology question.

1. Basic topology question.

Assume X is a metric space, and X = $A\cup B$ where A and are closed subspaces. Can a boundary point of A or B be a boundary point of $A\cup B$ ? My guess is that it can be, that a metric space can have a boundary. But if that's so, I am misunderstanding something else: the textbook problems I am working on involve continuity on closed sets, and the textbook defined continuity of f at xo requiring that for any open set in the image of f that contains f (xo) there be an open set in the domain containing x O s.t. the image of one open set be contained in the other. I don't see how to construct an open set in the domain that includes a boundary point of the domain.

2. Re: Basic topology question.

Never mind I got it. Thanks